ATVers start your engines! Likely Place Golf & RV Resort is hosting an off-road ride weekend unlike any other with the chance to traverse the picturesque, exciting Modoc Line rail trail. Participants will enjoy two full days of trail riding along with hosted dinners and activities at Likely Place. Proceeds will benefit the Lassen Lands & Trails Trust. 

WHAT: Likely Place Rail Trail Rally
WHEN: August 19-21, 2016
WHERE: Likely Place Golf & RV Resort
1255 Likely Pl., Likely, CA 96116
COST: $100 includes planned ride, two dinners and event giveaway

REGISTER: Call 530-233-4466 

Spend the weekend at Likely Place where guests are treated with accommodations including a 50-unit full-service RV park and many tent camping sites, immaculate bathrooms and free showers, a clubhouse serving breakfast and lunch, group facilities with gazebos and barbecues, and (most important of all) direct access to the Modoc Line.

Likely Place will plan the route and provide dinner on Friday and Saturday nights. Event-goers bring your California-compliant off-road vehicles, gear and gas for two action-packed days of riding. 

August 19, 2016
5 p.m.: Meet and Greet
6 p.m.: Hosted Dinner

August 20, 2016
8 a.m.: Likely Place presentation, intake information & registration, go over ATV rules and regulations, hand out maps and other pertinent information *Must be CA Compliant, helmets required, visit for more information
8:30 a.m.: U.S. Forest Service Safety Presentation by Erin Brogan
9 a.m.: Ride Begins
Noon - 1 p.m.: Lunch Break (Bring your own lunch)
1-5 p.m.: Continue Ride & Return to Likely Place Golf & RV Resort
5 p.m.: Happy Hour and Beer Tasting
6 p.m.: Hosted Dinner

August 21, 2016
8 a.m.: Ride Begins
Noon - 1 p.m.: Lunch Break (Bring your own lunch)
1-5 p.m.: Continue Ride & Return to Likely Place Golf & RV Resort

The Modoc Line is an 85-mile rail trail, which runs from Wendel Road in eastern Lassen County to Likely in southern Modoc County. An abandoned narrow gauge railroad line owned and maintained by the Lassen Land & Trails Trust, this is an adrenaline-pumping off-road experience to beat.

The trail traverses thousands of acres of some of northeastern California’s most dramatic rangeland, views of the Warner mountain ranges and opportunities to see wildlife, including herds of pronghorn antelope, dozens of bird species, and many other critters calling the area home. The trail corridor connects BLM lands from Biscar Reservoir to the Tule Mountain Wildlife Study Area.

Open to quads, ATVs and UTVs with up to 54” wheel base only. The event is limited to 25 participants. Must have a California-compliant off-road vehicle, helmet, safety gear and fuel. For more information visit the California Department of Motor Vehicles at