Cold Creek Estates, the home to the Cold Creek Orchard, is located just 7 miles north from the 210, on Highway 18, on the way to Lake Arrowhead. Easy access on a 4-lane mountain highway and its placement in the canyons of the San Bernardino National forest, 3,200 feet above the sea level, makes CC a magical place. It's a mix of desert roads and rich green, not expected in S
Cold Creek Estates, the home to the Cold Creek Orchard, is located just 7 miles north from the 210, on Highway 18, on the way to Lake Arrowhead. Easy access on a 4-lane mountain highway and its placement in the canyons of the San Bernardino National forest, 3,200 feet above the sea level, makes CC a magical place. It's a mix of desert roads and rich green, not expected in Southern California. Staying at CC may be a quick convenient stop in a beautiful oasis, or a destination escape from the rush of the city and suburbia.
- Check in: After 12PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out Weeknight discount: 20% off
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Raw non-pasteurized local honey.
12.5 oz roasted coffee beens
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Our own organic apples
Our own sun-dried fruit
Our own dried or fresh bay leaf
Half dozen eggs
Our own eggs.
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Host was nice on the phone. We checked in very late no problem. Never saw the host. One morning the gate was seemingly locked without notice from host. Tried to go talk to host and all phone numbers were going to voicemail and honking near the houses (as written on paper notices on the home) yeilded nothing. We went back to the gate and the lock was actually open but it looked locked. The site is flat hard packed dirt. There are animals nearby (groundhogs, squirrels, etc) we saw a bush get eaten from inside the ground in front of our eyes. You can hear the cars on the nearby road so bring earplugs since cars never stop even at night. It's private if the second campsite is unoccupied otherwise the campsites are pretty close to each other.
Quiet, private and simple
Quiet private property nestled on the mountain side just off the main road. Definitely use GPS to get to the property or your message, and if you do, you’ll have to travel 6 miles up the road to turn around and come back down. We drove a 30 foot motorhome down the dirt road on their property. The Terrain looks difficult but it’s manageable if you take your time. ‘Daniel showed us around the orchard. We had a great time
Nice parking space at a good price
It's not quite clear from the description but there's basically 4 parking spaces fairly close to each other just down a dirt road next to the highway. We were luckily to be the only campers that night so we had our choice of parking space. You get a pretty nice view of the hills from the spot. We were there in the winter so the orchard looked more like dead trees but I'm sure it's nice in bloom. The property owners have lots of projects going on but they nice enough to let us stretch our legs and wonder around a bit. They have 2 friendly wolf dogs. It would be nice to have a campfire but we got strong winds the night we stayed so it's understandable why there was a fire ban. I would stay here again.
We rented an RV and camped at cold creek for a few days. The scenery was great and while it's relatively close to the city (only 15 minutes away from the heart of san bernardino!) It feels just as remote as crestline or running springs. The property was set far off the road which was great for privacy and just getting to enjoy nature. Daniel was very helpful in answering all our questions.