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I'm thinking of taking the family to Silverado Canyon (OC) next week. I searched and can't find the directions someone posted a while back.

Anyone have good directions or any advise. I'm just going to drive the dirt roads and see how far back we can go with 2wd. Anything else to do in that area?
 

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...when i read the title i thought you had gotten yourself mixed up between a chevy silverado and a gmc canyon! :rofl::rofl::rofl:
 

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Eons ago when I used to live down that way, I swore there was a very popular restaurant on Santiago Canyon road, near Silverado Canyon Road. Always full of bikers and 4wd trucks. Can't find anything on google maps, but that was before 261 and 241 even existed as numbered roads.
 

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Eons ago when I used to live down that way, I swore there was a very popular restaurant on Santiago Canyon road, near Silverado Canyon Road. Always full of bikers and 4wd trucks. Can't find anything on google maps, but that was before 261 and 241 even existed as numbered roads.
You talking about Cook's Corner right next to Holy Jim's!
 

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Thanks, I need as much info as possible, I'm going to grab a Cleveland National forest map. Do I need an Adventure Pass?

I'll be with my family so just going for a leasurely drive.
 

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If it is apart of cleveland nat'l forest then yes and im sure you can buy it at a store there.
Thanks, I need as much info as possible, I'm going to grab a Cleveland National forest map. Do I need an Adventure Pass?

I'll be with my family so just going for a leasurely drive.
 
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