Thursday, January 16, 2014

Camping In and Around LAKE ARROWHEAD

Camping in the Lake Arrowhead Area
The Lake Arrowhead area is home to some of the most beautiful campgrounds in the state for beautiful camping experiences.
Campgrounds are meticulously maintained and most provide potable water, power and showers. They are open from May through October and access is per-night fee or Adventure Pass. It is highly recommended all visitors stop by the Arrowhead Ranger Station prior to embarking.

The three types of Adventure Passes (Daily, Weekly, Second Vehicle) are available at:

Arrowhead Ranger Station, 28104 Highway 18 (Near Arrowhead Villa Rd.) - (909)337-2444
Lake Arrowhead Chamber of Commerce in the Lake Arrowhead Village - (909)337-3715
7-Eleven, 306 S. Highway 173 (Near the Village and Highway 189) (909)336-1697
Wake and Wheel Connection, 27278-A Highway 189 in Blue Jay - (909)337-7433
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Northshore Campground
Located on the Northshore near Arrowhead Community Hospital. 27 campsites are nestled among the oaks with easy acess to Deep Creek a short two mile hike away.
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Crabflats Campground
Located near Running Springs off of Green Valley Road. Some of the best offroad trails around center around this 29 site campground. Free during Winter.
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Dogwood Canyon Campground
Located just off Daley Canyon on Dogwood Road. 93 secluded sites surrounded by spectacular dogwood trees.
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Green Valley Campground
Located near Running Springs off of Green Valley Road and nearby Green Valley Lake. 27 sites, 13 of which dedicated to vehicles up to 22 feet.

Camping along Lake Arrowhead is sure to get you in touch with nature and provide a picturesque experience like no other.  

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