Angeles National Forest

Overview

The Angeles National Forest was established by Executive Order in December 1892. It covers about 700,000 acres and is the backyard playground to the huge metropolitan area of Los Angeles. The Angeles manages the watersheds within its boundaries to provide valuable water to southern California and to protect surrounding communities from catastrophic floods. The land within the Forest is as diverse in appearance and terrain as it is in the opportunities it provides for enjoyment. Elevations range from 1,200 to 10,064 feet. Much of the Forest is covered with dense chaparral which changes to pine and fir-covered slopes as you reach the majestic peaks of the higher elevations. The Angeles National Forest offers natural environments, spectacular scenery, developed campgrounds and picnic areas, swimming, fishing, skiing and the solitude of quiet wilderness areas. Trails winding throughout the forest accommodate hikers, equestrians, mountain bikers, and off-highway vehicle enthusiasts.

Campgrounds inside of Angeles National Forest

Campground Notification Rate
Crystal Lake
Angeles National Forest
Pyramid Lake - Los Alamos Campground
Angeles National Forest
Pyramid Lake - Emigrant Landing Day Use Area
Angeles National Forest
Meadow Group Campground
Angeles National Forest
Jackson Flats
Angeles National Forest
Mountain Oak
Angeles National Forest
Lake Campground
Angeles National Forest
Table Mountain (Angeles)
Angeles National Forest
Lightning Point Group Campground
Angeles National Forest
Coulter Group Campground
Angeles National Forest
Bandido Group Campground
Angeles National Forest
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