If you’re feeling the need to retreat into the wilderness, Santa Rosa Yellow Post Sites is the perfect haven away from the busy busy world. These are primitive spots located deep in the San Bernardino Forest, but in exchange for the lack of amenities you’ll be rewarded with super secluded campgrounds, few crowds, and good old fashioned peace and quiet. San Bernardino is just a short drive from the big city of L.A., making this the perfect weekend getaway.
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Bikers can hit all the roads in this forest. We recommend the Arctic Canyon Overlook for the experienced cyclists looking for a...Read more
When the weather just gets too hot, there’s no better place to take refuge than in the San Bernardino National Forest. There ar...Read more
Looking to cast a line? You can, in several lakes and many of the streams! Big Bear Lake is famous for the annual May Trout Cla...Read more
With all of the high peaks and mountain ranges here, there are many moderate and difficult hikes in this forest. Hiking the San...Read more
Horseback riding is allowed on all National Forest trails-- that means you can venture through all of the wilderness areas, inc...Read more
Get those wheels dirty and head on over to San Bernardino to get away from city traffic. Popular runs include John Bull, Holoco...Read more
The San Gorgonio Wilderness is the perfect place to go mountain climbing, which must be why it’s so popular! Jepson Peak offers...Read more
Your opportunities for national forest fun are endless in the winter. You can find skiing, snowboarding, sledding, tubing, snow...Read more
Swimmers can jump right into Big Bear Lake and some of the Lake Arrowhead lakes, where you can spend the day in the water or do...Read more
You can spot wildlife just about everywhere, with the usual raccoons and squirrels, woodland creatures left and right, along wi...Read more
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This is pretty primitive camping. High ground clearance is a must in the summer and 4wd required in the winter. There is one vault toilet on the mountain, and no source of potable water. For a real challenge try to find the USMC helicopter that crashed on the mountain in 1968, much of the remains are still there.