San Bernardino National Forest

Description:

Your National Forests offer a diversity of outdoor opportunities. These lands are yours - to visit, to care for, but most of all, to enjoy. What are you waiting for? Pack up your family and friends and head for adventure in America's Great Outdoors. The San Bernardino National Forest offers a variety of recreational opportunities... hiking and backpacking, trail riding by horse, bicycle, off-highway vehicles, camping and picnicking, and fishing, and don't forget winter activities such as snowshoeing, cross-country and alpine skiing.Recreation passes and permits, like the Adventure Pass, are required for use of certain recreation sites and areas in the forest, and for certain facilities and services. Click here for more information on these passes!The San Bernardino National Forest has eight designated Wilderness Areas: San Jacinto, Santa Rosa, San Gorgonio, Cucamonga, Bighorn Mountain, Cahuilla Mountain, South Fork San Jacinto, and Sheep Mountain. These areas add an abundance of panoramic vistas, solitude and primitive experiences for visitors.  There are outstanding opportunities for hiking, backpacking, cross-country skiing, horseback riding, fishing, and picknicking in Wilderness Areas.  Follow this link to more information on the Wilderness Areas on the San Bernardino National Forest.

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Phone:

Email:

dsieliet@fs.fed.us

Address:

, CA

Activities:

Biking Climbing Camping Interpretive Programs Fishing Hiking Horseback Riding Hunting Off Highway Vehicle Winter Sports Wildlife Viewing Swimming Horse Camping

Organization:

FS - USDA Forest Service

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