Hungry Valley SVRA is located in Los Angeles, Kern, and Ventura Counties near the communities of Gorman and Lebec adjacent to Interstate 5 at Tejon Pass. Lands of the Los Padres National Forest are to the west and the Angeles National Forest is to the south and east. The Department of Water Resources manages land to the east. Hungry Valley SVRA has several areas generally characterized by the topography which also influences recreational use. Hungry Valley proper is a large valley located in the western portion of the park. Freeman Canyon is a severely eroded badland formation in the middle of the park. Gorman Creek drainage runs along the north and east sides of the park. Canada de Los Alamos is a large, relatively flat area in the southern and southeastern area of the park. In 2015, the State of California purchased 845 acres to add to Hungry Valley SVRA. This parcel abuts the northern boundary of Hungry Valley SVRA and can be seen from the Condor Mesa overlook. In total, Hungry Valley SVRA includes a total of approximately 19,625 acres.
Visit the official Hungry Valley SVRA website to download a map of Hungry Valley SVRA or to get directions: http://ohv.parks.ca.gov/?page_id=1200