Mount Pinos Ranger District

Fishbowls Trail

Date: August 1, 2022

Know Before You Go!

Contact the Mt. Pinos Ranger District Office in Frazier Park for current conditions: (661) 245-3731 ext. 0. Calls are answered Monday - Friday from 8:00am - 4:30pm. The ranger station is temporarily closed to in-person visitation.

Road Information

Fire Restrictions

In response to the increasing potential for a wildland fire start, Los Padres National Forest officials announced that fire restrictions will be implemented throughout the Forest effective May 27. These restrictions will affect the use of campfires, stoves, smoking materials, and internal combustion engines, and will remain in effect until January 31, 2023. 

  • No open fires, campfires or charcoal fires will be permitted outside of developed recreation sites or designated Campfire Use Sites, even with a valid California Campfire Permit. Lanterns and portable stoves using gas, jellied petroleum or pressurized liquid fuel will be permitted, but only with a valid California Campfire Permit, which can be obtained free-of-charge at the Ready For Wildfire website. Forest visitors must clear all flammable material for five feet in all directions from their camp stove, have a shovel available, and ensure that a responsible person always attends the stove during use.

Forest Orders and Restrictions

 

Open Roads – Including OHV Trails (Roads)

Closed Roads

  • Alamo Mountain – Goldhill Road 8N01
  • Aliso Canyon Road
  • Apache Canyon
  • Ballinger Canyon Road
  • Caballo-Marian Road 9N27
  • Cerro Noroeste Road 9N25
  • Cherry Creek Trail 20W14 (OHV #113)
  • Cottonwood Trail 20W09 (OHV #125)
  • Edison Road 9N01
  • Frazier Mountain Road (Frazier Mountain access) 8N04
  • Grade Valley Road 7N03
  • Halfmoon Trail 20W07 (OHV #132)
  • Lockwood Creek Road 8N12
  • Lockwood Creek Trail 20W06 (OHV #127)
  • Mt. Pinos/Cuddy Valley Rd to the top of Mt. Pinos/Chula Vista parking area.
  • Piano Box Loop 7N03C
  • Pleito Creek Trail 21W01 (OHV #111)
  • Miller Jeep Trail 20W06 (OHV #129)
  • Quatal Canyon Road
  • Rancho Nuevo 7N04A
  • Salt Creek Trail 20W01 (OHV #112)
  • San Emigdio OHV Route 22W12 (OHV #107)
  • San Emigdio Road 9N34
  • San Emigdio Mtn Route 21W06 (OHV #108)
  • 9N11 Santa Barbara Canyon Rd
  • Scott Russell Road 9N21
  • Tecuya Ace OHV 9N22
  • Tecuya Road 9N19 (West)
  • Tecuya Timber Sale Route 9N21.3
  • Tinta Road 7N04
  • West Frazier Mine Road 20W02 (OHV #118)
  • West Frazier Tie Road 20W03 (OHV #119)
  • West Dry Canyon Road 8N19
  • Yellowjacket Trail 20W24 (OHV #126)

*Not part of MVUM closure, open year-round

** East Dry Canyon including access road, OHV routes and dispersed Dome Springs Camping Area within canyon are located within LPNF Forest Closure for canyon due to Unexploded Ordinances at least until Fall 2022.

 

 

 

Open Campgrounds

Closed Campgrounds

*Campgrounds open year-round

  • Dome Springs

Open OHV Trails – Motorcycle/ATV (# Shown are on the MPRD OHV Map) 

Closed OHV Trails

  • Apache Canyon Corridor (103)*
  • (121) Arrastra Trail
  • Ballinger Canyon/Deer Park*
  • (116) Cold Springs Trail
  • Cuyama River Corridor (102)*
  • (120) East Frazier Trail
  • (117) East Tecuya Trail off of Edison Road ATV Trail
  • (124) Goldhill Trail
  • Halfmoon Trail (132)
  • (123) Long Dave Valley Trail
  • (128) Piru Creek Trail- West end of trail is 4WD
  • Quatal Canyon Corridor (106)*
  • (130) Snowy Trail
  • Sulphur Spring Canyon (100)*
  • (122) Tejon Trail
  • (101) Tinta Trail
  • Wagon Road Springs (110)*
  • (114) West Tecuya Trail
  • (131) Whata Trail
  • (126) Yellowjacket Trail – West end of trail is M/C and east end is 4WD

*Not part of MVUM closure, open year-round

 

 

Trail numbers are from the Mt Pinos Ranger District "Motor Vehicle Opportunity Guide" available online or at the Ranger Station in Frazier Park.