|Facilities: The San Bernardino National Forest is a nearby oasis for millions of Southern Californians who want to escape for the weekend and go camping. There are lots of campgrounds to choose from.|
Best Time To Visit: San Bernardino National Forest is open year-round. Most areas of the forest are open year round offering a variety of recreational activities.
Fees: Many of the facilities and services in the San Bernardino National Forest are free.
Accessibility: Accessibility varies from activity to activity.
Rules: General rules for National Forests and National Grasslands include details about camping, pets, and other topics. Etiquette expected of visitors is outlined in the Leave No Trace program. A National Forest Adventure Pass is required for vehicles parked in some areas.
Directions: San Bernardino National Forest is in Southern California. It has access from San Bernardino and Palm Springs. The San Bernardino National Forest is comprised of three Ranger Districts spanning more than 676,000 acres in San Bernardino and Riverside counties.
Map: Click here for a map to San Bernardino National Forest
Reservations: Reservations are not needed or required to visit San Bernardino National Forest. Most of the forest is first-come, first-served. Some areas and campgrounds do accept reservations.