Outdoor Learning

Choose from the following to find a site: Smokey Bear waves at a young boy at the Ranger Talk at Greyback Amphitheatre


   

The forest provides many learning opportunities. Education can be gleaned from the diversity of rugged mountains, deep canyons, meadows, and semi-desert country. Elevations range from 4,200 to over 10,000 feet and Flora and fauna are diverse. Pinyon Pines and oaks are found in the lower elevations, and juniper, pine and fir forests are plentiful in the high mountains. Wildlife such as the black bear, mountain lion, deer, and bighorn sheep inhabit the Forest while the bald eagle, peregrine falcon, and the red-tailed hawk soar in the wind.

Great Places To Visit

The following places have interpretive trails and guided tours:

Interpretive Sites on the San Bernardino National Forest are varied, and each offers a unique insight to the National Forest. During winter months some locations may be inaccessible due to snow or closed, check with the local Ranger Station for updated conditions.

Recreation Areas

Recreation Activities