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Angeles National Forest: Campgrounds

Cooper Canyon Trail Camp


El. 6,600'
Open year-round but may have deep snow in the winter
6 Sites

Hike-in only. Seasonal stream water (treat before using) - however, water flow may be low or non-existent due to reduced rainfall/snowfall. Campsites are first come - first served. Vault toilets. Interagency Pass or Adventure Pass required for vehicles parked at trailhead.

Location: From Interstate 210 in the city of La Canada, exit at Angeles Crest Highway (Hwy 2) and drive northeast for about 33 miles 0.2 miles before Mt. Waterman Ski Area to trailhead, 1.75 miles to camp. Also accessible via the Burkhart Trail below Buckhorn Campground. Call (818) 899-1900 for current conditions and additional information.


Source - USFS

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