Reviewed Jun. 24, 2021

Too urban and noisy for me

Not a bad campground, but not woodsy or remote enough for what I’m looking for when camping. Sites 56 and 57 are the best, stay away from the loop at the end in the 70s.

PROS: flush toilets, coin showers (if you like that kind of thing), not crowded mid-week in June. Somewhat woodsy so most spots have some shade, and interesting boulders with Native American Pictographs in the campground.

CONS: daytime Lawnmower and traffic noise, visible street lights and power lines, surprisingly busy air traffic at night. Some loud RV people but that’s unavoidable. Most campsites relatively close and no privacy between them, no views.

HIKES: there’s an interesting trailhead at the end of the campground loop with a pretty steep climb, mostly shaded. Better off driving 15 min to shared trailhead for Ernie Maxwell (easy, FANTASTIC views) or Devil’s Slide (harder) in nearby Humber park in San Bernardino Natl Forest.

  • nearby hike (15 min drive) easy and great views
  • Trailhead at end of campground loop, mostly shaded, relatively steep climb

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