Standard (tent/RV)
Group
RV Sites
Tent Sites
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
Water Unknown
About Guffy

  GATE at Inspiration Point is closed during the winter months. 8,300-foot elevation. 8 trailside campsites overlooking the Sheep Mountain Wilderness Area Primitive tent camping site overlooking the Sheep Mountain Wilderness Area. No water. Vault toilets. Adventure Pass/Interagency Pass required for vehicles parked at this campground. Campsites are first come - first served. Groceries and services are available in the community of Wrightwood (approximately 9.5 miles). Please call the Acton Work Center at (661)269-2808 or the Big Pines Information Station at (760) 249-3504 for road conditions.  

Operator
National Forest
Access
Drive In
Walk In
Features
Alcohol Allowed
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Toilets
Trash Available
Location
Guffy is located in California
Latitude
34.342 N
Longitude
-117.654 W
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Directions
Located on Blue Ridge Road 6 miles from the intersection of Blue Ridge Rd. and Angeles Crest Highway (the intersection is 1.5 miles west of Big Pines). The road into the campground is a rough dirt road - after the first 5 miles a four-wheel drive is required.
2 Reviews of Guffy
Desert/City Lookout

Great spot along the PCT. Our site even came with a creepy manakin… make sure to look for it and add a sticker!

Each site has its own fire pit and we did not expect to find nice bathrooms here, but they were great!

First to Review
Beautiful campground above the clouds

This campground is awesome! We stopped here on the way into Wrightwood via the Pacific Crest Trail. The trail runs right by and there looks to be a lot of other nearby trails too.

Every campground has a picnic table and fire pit. There's a pit toilet and a stream nearby where you can filter water. The campground has a cliff that looks out over lower elevation mountains and we got to watch the clouds drifting over the mountains just below us. So beautiful!

I highly recommend staying here if you have the chance. If you come during the hiking season, late April to late May, you'll probably see a lot of other hikers but otherwise it seems relatively remote and quiet.