Angeles National Forest
Monte Cristo Campground recently underwent a complete renovation. All campsites in the campground were totally revamped during the renovation. There are now 19 individual camp sites with sites #6 and #7 as double sites. In order to ensure fee compliance site #6 was designated as #6A and #6B; and…
Fees are due within 30 minutes upon occupying the camp site. Occupancy is on a first come, first served basis. Campsites must be occupied the first 24 hours. Reserving or holding of campsites is not allowed. 8 people, 2 vehicles maximum per campsite. Quiet hours are 10:00 pm - 6:00 am. Check…
First come first serve
- Drive-InPark next to your site
- Walk-InPark in a lot, walk to your site.
- RV Sites
- Standard (Tent/RV)
- Picnic Table
- Drinking Water
Campground was okay but be careful because there are black widows everywhere! Especially under the tables of the campsites. Be especially careful if you’re traveling with kids, because with the next hospital far away a bite could be deadly. These spiders come out in the evening.
Other than that we…
Stayed in space #4. No cell phone service here. T-Mobile customer.
Some of the camp grounds are overgrown with grass- not maintained. The pit bathrooms are not pleasant as it's minimally maintained. There are water sources on almost all campsites. Or one right next to you if you don't have one.…
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I camped here for a week and half and it was quiet. No water at sites but they have water. No service. I pulled a 26 TT. I came in from the La side of the mountains and found it’s easier to go in from Palmdale with a rv or tt. If your hauling anything longer then 20 ft. Try for site 11.
Monte Cristo Campground is located in California
Location: From Interstate 210 in Pasadena, exit the Angeles Crest Highway (Hwy. 2) and drive north for 9 miles. Turn left onto the Angeles Forest Highway (County Rd. N3) and drive about 9 miles to the campground. May also be reached from the Sunland area by taking Big Tujunga Canyon Rd. and turning left at the Angeles Forest Highway, or taking the Angeles Forest Highway from the Palmdale area.