For a close-in Idyllwild camping experience, Mount San Jacinto State Park’s Idyllwild campground is all about convenience, while still managing to feel like a nature escape. 44 sites total (tent, electric, and ADA-accessible sites available; no full hook-up sites) To keep our mountain well preserved, make sure to “Leave No Trace” and follow forest rules as you enjoy your time. At least that's what we believe at Idyllwild RV Campground. ft leaves from Fern Valley Road near Humber Park. There are limited sewer sites available. Beyond Cactus Spring the trail may be difficult to follow. Rugged, secluded campground. The Idyllwild Ranger Station (park headquarters) is conveniently located at the campground entrance. Bathrooms, showers, and sites were clean. 74, west of the Pinyon Flat Campground. South Ridge Trail:  This moderate trail proceeds to Tahquitz Peak Lookout. An alternate choice may be necessary. Access 0 trusted reviews, 0 photos & 0 tips from fellow RVers. Sites are first come, first served. Spend a day at the lake fishing! A high clearance vehicle/sport utility vehicle (SUV) is sometimes needed to reach these wilderness roads/camping spots. Idyllwild County Park (951) 659-2656 Popular Idyllwild Park, located on the perimeter of the eclectic mountain village of Idyllwild, boasts 202 acres of beautiful open space, mature forest and … If a rental reservation is cancelled at least 7 days prior to arrival, an administrative fee of $25 will be charged prior to refunding any advance deposit. OFF SEASON ACTIVITY: We are open year round. The cabin rental has AC/heat and a 32" flat screen HD TV with satellite. South Fork Trail: This 4.5 mile moderately strenuous trail descends from Hwy. Non-Wilderness Trails (permit not required for day hiking). It has a side entry ramp and a doorway designed for wheelchairs. 74. Some sites may be as bare as a rock fire ring in a small clearing. Our attentive staff looks forward to making your stay at Idyllwild RV Campground one to remember. Reserve Now Idyllwild Campground Massive boulders dot the campground with Douglas firs amd pines. This wheelchair accessible cottage has a queen bed in a separate bedroom and a full size sleeper sofa in the living room area. Copyright ©2020 Idyllwild California. Come explore our RV campground in California. Camp staff is extremely helpful and kind. Also, there are no scheduled activities during this time. Located approximately 50 miles southeast of San Bernardino and 7 miles north of Idyllwild, the facility is in an alpine forest of pine, cedar, and oak trees at 6,400 feet elevation. The shower is designed for wheelchair access with a built-in retractable seat. She let me, a complete stranger, borrow her car and drive it 20 minutes each way to and from our” more. Camp all year with a Thousand Trails Camping Pass! These pioneers had the foresight to protect the area and ensure the large, forested region remained intact. Palm Springs Aerial Tramway-area trails: Trails leave the Tramway (8615 ft.) for Round Valley, elevation gain 600 ft.; San Jacinto Peak, elevation gain 2300 ft.; and the National Forest Wilderness (closest point is Willow Creek crossing), elevation descent 900 ft. Cactus Spring Trail (Santa Rosa Wilderness): To enter the Santa Rosa Wilderness register at the sign-in box a short way beyond the trailhead; this is your Wilderness permit. 74, trailhead elevation 3800 ft., to the South Fork of the San Jacinto River. The last check in for RVs and tents is at 10 p.m. (no exceptions). "Camping, the Maine Way! We want you to sit back and relax. <—- Pacific Crest Trail Conditions Please provide the following information to reset your PIN. If Round Valley’s full or you’re not quite ready to set down your pack, head 20 feet up the hill and sleepover at Tamarack Valley Group Campground. Campground amenities include drinking water and flush toilets. Please don’t be the cause of one. All rights reserved including photographs. © 2020 Copyright. The trail begins in chaparral at 4480 ft. and ends on the forested slopes of Black Mountain, elevation 7772 ft. The kitchenette is fully furnished with a full size refrigerator, microwave, and 4-burner gas stove (no oven). Round Valley; Number of Sites: 28; Elevation: 9,100; Toilet: Pit; Water: None; Fee: $5 per person. The trail provides access to fishing at the River. Seven Pines Trail: Moderately strenuous, this trail follows the North Fork of the San Jacinto River to Its’ headwater at Deer Springs. Marion Mountain Campground is open from late May through mid November and is comprised of 25 individual campsites (16 reserved and 9 first-come-first-serve sites). Strawberry Junction; Number of Sites: 3; Elevation: 8,000; Toilet: Pit; Water: None; Fee: $5 per person. Thomas Mountain; Number of Sites: 6; Elevation: 6,800; Vegetation: Pines; Toilet: None; Water: None; Fee: $0; [Good mountain back road exploration & pretty secluded spots] Hwy.74 east, pass Lake Hemet, right turn onto Forest Service Rd.#6S13 for 4 miles & left on Forest Service Rd.#5S13 & go 3 miles to the camping area. Beginning elevation is 5200 ft. with a gain of 800 ft. Cedar Spring Trail: Follow Morris Ranch Road in Garner Valley to the trailhead sign. Our cabins are rustic yet homey. All Rights Reserved Hosted and Maintained by Webxcentrics Design Group. A completed Reservations for Minors form is required for all unaccompanied minors. Take out your ATV for a day of adventure on the nearby ITS trails. In the bath is a shower/bath combo. Idyllwild Campground in Mt. Beginning elevation is 5400 ft. with an 1800 ft. elevation change. However, during our off season from mid September through mid May, the pool area, restaurant, store and fishing are closed. Transfer Station on Forest road 7SO9. Fern Basin (909) 382-2921 Black Mountain Trail: This 3.6 mile, moderately strenuous hike leaves from Hwy. These are developed campgrounds with 25 sites or less. The trail travels through private property; please respect private property rights and stay on the trail. Other activities include fishing in our pond or enjoying the sunshine at the swimming and wading pools. This trail passes through a Research Natural Area containing ecosystems used for research and study purposes. Pacific Crest Trail: The Pacific Crest Trail (PCT) extends 2,600 miles from Mexico to Canada. Great facilities, clean, well managed and friendly Every camp site has picnic table, grill, water and electric. Linens are included. Or rent a paddle boat, kayak or canoe and enjoy the resident loons. There was not an abundance of litter or trash which was really great to see” more, “, yelling, etc - the camp host only collects money and does NOT do rounds at 10 pm which is supposed to be quiet hours, so if you have the misfortune of going on a night” more, “Great camp.