San Bernardino National Forest

Accessibility
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Not all locations or facilities are 100 percent accessible. Due to road and weather conditions, not all locations are available year-round. Please call ahead to any of the ranger stations to get more detailed information.

San Bernardino/San Gabriel section

Cajon Ranger District

Applewhite Campground and Picnic Area: There are some accessible sites, also pavement and accessible toilets (but it doesn't meet current standards).

Arrowhead Ranger District

Dogwood Campground: This campground has two accessible sites that are paved, and also accessible toilets (but it doesn't meet current standards).

Children's Forest: This area, designed especially for children, has 1/4 mile of paved trail with some steep sections. There are also accessible toilets.

Big Bear Ranger District

Meadow's Edge Picnic Area: This picnic area has accessible sites and picnic tables, also a paved sidewalk and accessible toilets.

Serrano Campground: This is the newest campground on the Big Bear Ranger District. It has five accessible sites; there is also pavement throughout and accessible restrooms and showers. There is electricity and sewer hookups at some sites.

San Gorgonio Ranger District

Falls Picnic Area: There are accessible toilets at this picnic area.

Heart Bar Campground: There are two accessible sites here and accessible toilets.

Jenk's Lake: Accessible trail, fishing pier, picnic tables, and restrooms.

San Jacinto/Santa Rosa Mountains Section

San Jacinto Ranger District

Boulder Basin and Pinyon Flat: These campgrounds have some accessible sites and accessible toilets (but they don't meet current standards).

Cahuilla Tewanet and Indian Vista: The trails to these two scenic overlooks are paved but steep in places (and they don't meet current standards). Cahuilla Tewanet has new interpretive signs which tell the story of the Cahuilla Indians.

Lake Fulmor: This lake has recently been rehabilitated. There is an accessible fishing pier, picnic site, and accessible toilets.

Lake Hemet: This lake has some accessible picnic tables and accessible toilets (but doesn't meet current standards).


Published: 29 Apr 2002 | Last Updated: 15 Sep 2010
Details mentioned in this article were accurate at the time of publication

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