(Due to snow and rain this camp ground is normally only open from mid May thru mid September )
Snow access periods may be available by prior coordination with the camp manager.
Bear spring camp is meant to be a group campsite. Bring your friends, family or church groups!
27 individual campsites for tent camping and RV hook-up with water.
Improvements include a comfort station with hot showers, BBQ's at some sites, and a community fire ring.
This camp is located on 7,000 acres of private land at 6000' in pines and white fir.
Campers have freedom to hike and rock hound in a location which covers oak woodlands to Tehachapi peak at 8,000'.
Access is available from April thru November weather permitting.
The camp area is accessible by 2 wheel drive cars or trucks but 4 wheel drive is required for exploring. No Quads or trail bikes are allowed.
Group camping is encouraged, first time individual campers are only allowed after they become familiar with the ranch.
- Check in: After 10AM
- Check out: Before 4PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 2
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out Weeknight discount: 25% off
- Response time: Within 24 hours
- Response rate: 100%
The vibe at Bear Spring
If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
Bear Springs is an excellent camp for large groups. It houses at least 20 different tents if not more and has a "comfort house" on the property that includes and Mens and Women's bathroom with hot showers, sinks and private stalls. The land is very secluded and has incredible star views at night. It has a LARGE fire pit with log seats positioned around it for the perfect camp fire setting. This site also has fresh spring water running to it so you can't go thirsty. It includes a smoker and many little BBQ's around the site. It also has a few swing sets and Tree swings, great for kids and large families who want to get away. You are basically in Antelope Canyon park. There are some road paths for hiking but I wouldn't wonder off the road paths, there is wildlife out here and you would rather be safe than sorry with mother nature. I visited in late May and the flower fields were in bloom. Cliffside of this area were covered with flowers and it was really incredible to see many different kinds of flowers along the canyon sides. Ted and Steve are wonderful! They will meet you and take you up to the site. Really warm welcoming guys who know the land. If you have any questions about the site let them know they are full of knowledge. I would recommend this site to anyone who has a large group of campers and is looking to get away. I hope to return myself soon!