Applewhite Campground

Area Status: Temporarily Closed
This area is Closed

signs, trees

Located three miles north of the Lytle Creek Ranger Station, the campground provides an easy get-away. Trees surround the campsites and Lytle Creek flows across the street at Applewhite Picnic Area. Please use caution crossing the road. This site is accessible.

At a Glance

Current Conditions: Temporarily closed until further notice due to water maintenance issues.
Campfires are restricted.
Gatherings limited to three households, per County and State COVID-19 regulations.
Reservations: No Reservations accepted - First come, first served
Fees $10.00 for a Single Site, limited to 8 people and 1 vehicle. $15.00 for a Double Site, limited to 10 people and 2 vehicles (currently due to COVID-19). Any additional vehicles will be a fee $5.00 per night. 
The fee is payable at a self-serve station at the entrance to the campground, cash or check only. Check-out time is 2 p.m. the following day. Your campground use fee allows you to walk into the Applewhite Picnic Area for day use purposes (located across the street, hours vary).
Busiest Season: Summer
Restrictions: Quiet hours are 10:00 pm - 6:00 am. Pets are allowed on leash only. Please clean up after your pet. Dump stations and electric/water hookups are not provided. Do not drain your wastewater onto the ground. All vehicles must park on the pavement within your site. 5 MPH speed limit (please watch for children). Operation of green or red sticker vehicles is not permitted. Maps of the OHV areas are available at the Lytle Creek Ranger Station for free.  The closest OHV areas are about 20 minutes away near Cajon Pass.
Closest Towns: Lytle Creek and Fontana
Water: Drinking
Restroom: Flush
Information Center: The Lytle Creek Ranger Station is 3 miles south on Lytle Creek Road.

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