Mt. Baldy Visitor Center Interpretive Site
Located within the Angeles National Forest in scenic Mt. Baldy Village, the Mt. Baldy Visitor Center lies 10 miles north of Claremont. This award-winning interpretive center is a historic 1920's schoolhouse which has been renovated to include an indoor nature trail, local history room, and gift shop. On site are the Mt. Baldy Environmental Education classroom, a native animal room, reproductions of a gold-mining camp and Native-American (Tongva-Gabrielino) village, as well as picnic tables and restrooms.
At a Glance
|Current Conditions:||Saturdays 8am-2pm, Sundays 11am-3pm.|
|Operational Hours:||Hours may vary. For information, visit Information & Pass Sales.|
|Restroom:||Flush Toilet (1)|
|Operated By:||Forest Service|
Map showing recreational areas. Map Information
Alerts & Warnings
- NEW! Office Updates - Need Info or Passes?
- Forest Service Road Closures
- Additional Damage to Roads/Trails Due to Tropical Storm Hilary
- Fire Danger: HIGH
- Temporary Closures (Bobcat Fire)
- Driving to the Forest?
- Advisory: Hiking at High Elevations
- Planning to Camp? (Stay Limits & Dispersed Camping Restrictions)