It was not really "Look out central" it was just another street
What the GS does best
Always walk the road before you ride
When you go there,you are on 24 hour surveillance cameras
Here is where we went GPS Coordinates: Decimal: 39.183756, -123.209643 Degrees: 39° 11' 1", -123° 12' 34"
Indian Valley area offers an abundance of recreational possibilities for a BMW and lots of dust. Large rolling chaparral covered hills cover with oak & pine(black and burnt from fire) make an ideal setting for hunting, camping, bicycling, hiking, & equestrian use but most of all GS use . Popular game animals include blacktail deer, black bear, quail, dove, & wild turkey,this is why we saw so many shot gun casings(can you hunters not litter and pick up your casings). For wildflower enthusiasts, pockets of the rare Indian Valley brodiaea & adobe lily can be found within the area. Boating is permitted,when there is water at the Indian Valley Reservoir . Largemouth bass, crappie, rainbow trout, bluegill, & catfish fishing in the reservoir is open all year. Cache Creek below the reservoir is planted with brown trout & is open during trout season. Kowalski Camp: Boat-in primitive campground has three sites with fire grills & picnic tables. It is a good choice for individuals or groups seeking solitude. Kowalski Camp is on the west shore of Indian Valley Reservoir & provides primitive camping accessible only via boat-in access. Blue Oak Camp: six sites for tents or RVs in a developed campground nestled in rolling, oak-studded hills. The campsites, picnic tables, & restrooms are all wheelchair-accessible. Wintun Camp has one primitive campsite 0.5 mile off of Walker Ridge Road. No restrooms or water. Location: Located about 30 miles west of Williams or 15.25 miles east of Clearlake Oaks on the 20. Turn north on Walker Ridge Road, a graded gravel road, to Indian Valley Reservoir. Season: year round Fee: no Biking Fishing Picnicking Boating (Motorized) Hiking/Backpacking Scenic Driving Boating (Non-motorized) Horseback Riding Hunting Camping Camping Wildlife Viewing Off Highway Vehicles RV Sites Restrooms . But the most important thing is you are always being watched at Indian Valley by the video camera on top of the hill.Check it out when you are there. Hope you enjoy Cheers Peter Bruce Photo