The Cleveland National Forest, nestled in the bustling greater San Diego area, spans a modest 460,000 acres intersecting parts of Orange and Riverside Counties. Providing ample recreation, sprawling mountain vistas, and an abundance of wildlife and natural resources, visitors don't have to travel far to explore a wilderness environment within urban boundaries. Read more about the Cleveland National Forest
Big Laguna Trail will be temporarily closed from the Red Tailed Roost to the Escondido Ravine Road between 12/6 and 12/12 for dead tree mitigation and prescribed burns.
As of December 5th, Cleveland returns to general fire restrictions. Read more here
Ranger Districts to conduct prescribed burns beginning in late October. For real time updates on burn events, please visit our Alerts and Notices page.
Silverado Canyon and Maple Springs Trailhead on the Trabuco District is now open for recreational use
Los Pinos Conservation Camp Prospective New Tenant. For more information Click Here