On July 1st, 1908 President Theodore Roosevelt signed a declaration that created the Cleveland National Forest. Now, more than 100 years later, the Cleveland National Forest provides habitat for native wildlife, as well as a natural refuge and playground for many of the 3 million plus residents in the greater San Diego area. Read more about the history of the Cleveland National Forest how it was founded and evolved into the forest it is today!
Silverado Canyon and Maple Springs Trailhead will be closed for the season, set to reopen October 1st due to damage caused by the 2014 fire
South Main Divide Road will be closed Tuesday May 10th for pothole maintenance from Rancho Capistrano in the north to Tenaja Trailhead in the south. It will be reopened for normal use Wednesday, May 11.
Request For Proposals now being accepted for Special Use Permit Authorization of government-owned facility on the forest. For more information Click Here