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Angeles National Forest: Campgrounds

South Fork

El. 4,500'
Open May-Nov.
21 Sites

Open as long as weather permits - heavy snow play area in winter months. No water. Vault toilets. RV's to 16'. Campsites are first come - first served. Adventure Pass required for vehicles parked at this campground.

Location: From Highway 138 in Pearblossom, CA, turn south on Longview Rd. Turn right on Ave. W - this becomes Valyermo Rd. Continue p ast the Forest Service Ranger Station. Approximately 1/4 mile after you cross the bridge, turn right - approximately 2 miles to campground. (road #4N11A). From South Fork Campground one has access to many hiking trails - one of which leads to the nearby Devil's Punchbowl County Park, another to Vincent's Gap.


Source - USFS

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