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Angeles National Forest: Campgrounds

West Fork

El. 3,100'
Open year-round
7 Sites

Hikers, bikes or equestrian use only - closed to motor vehicles. No water. Vault toilets. Campsites are first come - first served. Campfire Permit is required, and may be obtained at any Forest Service office. Interagency Pass or Adventure Pass required for vehicles parked at trailhead. The Gabrielino and Silver Moccasin National Recreation Trails intersect just south of the camp.

Location: From Interstate 210 in La Canada, exit at Angeles Crest Hwy. (Hwy.2) and drive north 14 miles to the Red Box Station. Park there, and walk through the gate on the Redbox-Rincon Rd. (not paved) and hike in about 5miles to the campground. Call (818) 899-1900 for current conditions and additional information.


Source - USFS

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