Rolling chaparral covered hills dotted with oak and pine make an ideal setting for hunting, camping, bicycling, hiking, and equestrian use. Popular game animals include blacktail deer, black bear, quail, dove, and wild turkey.
For wildflower enthusiasts, pockets of the rare Indian Valley Brodiaea and Adobe Lily can be found within the area.
The Indian Valley/Walker Ridge Recreation Area area is north of Highway 20, on the eastern edge of Lake County.
For additional information on recreational opportunities, maps, and fee schedules please visit the BLM website:
The nearby Indian Valley Reservoir provides an excellent locale for fishing, boating, and swimming, although the water level can drop quite low in the summertime, and boats are limited to 10 MPH on the lake (5 MPH within 200 yards of shore).
Yolo County offers a for-fee RV campground near the dam. For specific information about the reservoir and campground, contact Yolo County at (530) 662-0265.
For More Information, Contact:
Ukiah Field Office
2550 North State Street, Ukiah, CA 95482