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Who We Are

Geared 4 Fun is a family-orientated 4x4 club based in Escondido, California dedicated to the enjoyment and preservation of 4-wheeling. Our Southern California region is surrounded by great 4-wheeling areas including Corral Canyon, Johnson Valley, Stoddard Valley, Big Bear, Truckhaven, Superstition Mountains, Calico Ghost Town, Joshua Tree National Park, and National Forests. Our monthly club trail runs extend from the high mountains to the low deserts furnishing us with endless opportunities of experiencing enchanting, historically rich and challenging 4-wheeling. Convenient access to such varied terrain means snow, rocks, or sand may be under our wheels at any time.

 

We Are Volunteers

 

Our club participates in many events throughout the year including our own sanctioned event Operation Desert Fun held every October near Ocotillo Wells, CA.  in support of Paralyzed Veterans of America Cal-Diego Chapter.

 

 

Geared 4 Fun volunteers in the San Bernardino National Forest Adopt-A-Trail Program. 4x4, Motorcycle, ATV, snowmobile and UTV clubs join forces with the USDA Forest Service and businesses to maintain and repair OHV trails in the San Bernardino National Forest assuring they remain open for public access.
 

Our Trail

 

BEAN FLAT TRAIL - 1N37


Directions to Bean Flat Trail (1N37)
From San Diego, take the 15 North to the 215 North, then on to the 10 East.
You will be on the 10 East for a very short time, taking the 38 headed North.
Continue on the 38 for until you see the sign for Heartbar Campground, about 40-60 minutes from the 10 freeway. The turnoff comes quick on a fairly long straight section of road and is easy to pass. If you have reached Onyx Summit, you have gone to far.
Proceed past the Heartbar camp and then right at the "Y", our trail is on the left. If you go left at the "Y", you'll be headed towards Coon Creek.

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ADOPT-A-TRAIL

San Bernardino National Forest