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Recreation Fee Updates for sites on the Southern California National Forests

As of September 2016, forest visitors parked in standard amenity recreation fee sites in the four southern California national forests must display a valid recreation pass. This includes sites on the Angeles, Cleveland, Los Padres and San Bernardino National Forests.

As listed in the “Recreation Enhancement Act,” standard amenity fee sites are those that provide designated developed parking, picnic tables, toilet facilities, security, interpretive signs and trash receptacles. Information on valid recreation passes, such as the Adventure Pass and America the Beautiful (a National Parks and Federal Recreation Lands pass) can be found on the Passes and Permits page. Visitors do not have to display a valid recreation pass if they park outside these sites.

Click on the link below to open an interactive map showing all of the recreation fee sites in the four southern California national forests. Once one the map, visitors can go the “site picker” to select which forest they plan to visit. Once open, consider closing the “site picker” to view the entire map.

INTERACTIVE MAP OF RECREATION FEE SITES IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA

Questions about specific sites should be directed to the individual ranger districts and visitor centers.