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Lots to climb. Lots of spots, some with standard set up (covered table, fire pit) others near big rocks with fire ring. Bring water. Multiple toilets.
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Small family run campground in yucca. Hot showers, no wifi. 60ish per night.
It has what you need but small and super close to a busy freeway. Pool, spa (not working, currently), clubhouse, playground, 2 catch and release ponds, horse shoes. Sites are on top of each other, laundry you need an app to use.
Good for a quick night sleep
We went camping right before the snow storm and it was pretty cold but still so amazing. The staff are very friendly and let us know about the coyote lurking about and the big freeze warning and made sure we were gonna be warm enough. We camped just a few steps away from the lake, there were other…
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The campground wasn't terrible, as it had alot of amenities like showers, bathrooms, dump station, fire pits, picnic tables, etc. The front gate was kind of odd and annoying at times as you would have to wait but once it was open some people would sneak into the campground during the day basically…
Not sure where this RV park is, but it is not at the location that is shown, there is nothing there but a fence off the highway.
Nice place to camp, weather is around 75 during the day and about 50 to 36 degrees cold through out the night. Has everything you'll need. Bathrooms are close by, showers HOT water available. Camping sites are too close together. Other than that it's great. Not many people this time a year. Had a…
Really like this spot, although the internet could be updated everything else is as expected.
First come first served dispersed camping just outside Big Bear. Near bike trails. Was not crowded mid week, but spots were filling up closer to the weekend. There are a lot of flat spots to choose from.
Plenty of room to be by yourself and shoot some pictures.
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Friendly staff,except for the occasional mountain lion sniffing around late at night at night . The falls are dry now but surely will be nice in the spring
Have a great time every time. Hike fish and swim
This is a quaint home like setting very peaceful you have an apple tree in your site there's shops very close by that are very unique and different not from the usual the people there seem very kept to themselves and very peaceful
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Total first come first serve campgrounds. One, maybe two, bathrooms that are usually always stocked with toilet paper and are very clean. Plenty of room between sites so you feel secluded, but there is room to meet neighbors as well!! Absolutely love it. Offroad trails nearby too!