Frank Raines Regional Park - Patterson, CA - County / City Parks

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Location

Address
17802 Del Puerto Canyon Road
State/Province
Zip Code
Latitude
37.42
Longitude
-121.38
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Welcome to Frank Raines Regional Park
Frank Raines Regional Park is located approximately 18 miles west of Patterson on Del Puerto Canyon Road. This regional park offers rugged slopes of California's Coast Range and is functionally divided into two units separated by several miles of road. The eastern-most section is the Minnier Area, encompassing over 1,000 acres of undeveloped land designed for non-motorized recreation uses (e.g. hiking and nature trails, deer and wild pig hunting during specific times of year, etc.) The western-most section includes the Frank Raines day use area, providing picnic areas, playground, sports field, volleyball court, horseshoe pit, hiking and nature trails, restrooms, picnic tables, and barbeques. One-quarter mile up the road is the Deer Creek Canyon Campground area, providing 34 full hook-up campsites, restrooms, recreation hall, picnic shelter, picnic tables, barbeques, and over 800 acres for off-highway vehicle recreation.

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Amenities

Within Facility
All Terrain Veh Riding
Ballfield
Baseball Field
Bicycle Riding
Camping
Camping Overnight
Drinking Water
Entrance Station
Fire Ring with Grills
Hot Showers
Hunting
Iron Ranger
Meeting Hall
Motorcycle Trails
Nature Trails
Paved Sites
Playground
RV sites with electric hookups
Refuse Containers
Restrooms
Sinks in Restroom
Toilet, Flush
Trails
Trails, All Terrain/Ohv
Trails, Self-guided
Walking
Water Hookups

Nearby Activities

The Frank Raines Off-Highway Vehicle Park is a great place to ride, both for beginners with stock rigs and experienced drivers with well-equipped rigs. The park is tucked far enough into the hills and the terrain is very steep and treacherous. There is a mud bog that remains full nearly all season long.  The warning sign for vehicles without roll bars is certainly justified. Be aware that during the summer the Off-Highway Park normally closes for Fire Season from Mid-June to Mid-October.
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4.2
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Customer Service
 
4.0
Planned Activities
 
3.0
Location
 
5.0
Amenities
 
4.0
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