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A letter from environmental Round Table

  Welcome to the Azusa Canyon Off Road Association web site. We are a family oriented club for the beginning, average, and hardcore 4-Wheeler.

Azusa Canyon offers a wide variety of off highway activities- rocks, hill climbs, sand banks, and best of all... mud!

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This unique location is the home of hundreds of off-roaders on any given weekend. There is no other area close to the L.A. basin that offers such a wide variety of challenges.

We also have club runs to other off-road locations: Glamis, Big Bear, Tierra Del Sol, Pismo Beach, etc... and we will never leave you behind!

You are welcome to bring your off-road vehicle and join us in the canyon.  There is an $8 U.S. Forest Service entrance fee for the main vehicle ($5 for each additional trailered or towed motorcycle, quad, truck or other vehicle) on weekends and holidays.

We also welcome you to become an ACORA member and hlep us with our fight to keep Azusa Canyon open for all off-roaders.

Our monthly meetings are held at 8pm on the first Tuesday of each month.

Location: Denny's restaurant: Irwindale

6550 Irwindale Ave.

Irwindale, CA 91706


Just north of the 210fwy on Irwindale Ave

Note: In the event of a holiday, the meeting goes to the next Tuesday.


These are members in action, come join the fun!


There is a threatened species in the canyon OHV area- the Santa Ana Sucker Fish. All OHV users should obey the following guidelines to prevent damage to their habitat.

  1. Make all water crossings at a 90 angle.

  2. No driving up and down in the stream.

  3. Please make every effort to keep to the designated crossings, especially from the OHV staging area to the East Fork Bridge.

Please inform others of the Santa Ana Sucker Fish in the area so that we may help protect this species and keep this area for years to come.



Try to do your part to keep the canyon pollution free. Please make sure your vehicle is free of any oil, fuel, or coolant leaks- we need to keep the area environmentally clean.


Thanks for your efforts,



Santa Ana Sucker Fish Defense Sponsors

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ACORA President: Big Mike