Stonehouse Yellow Post Site

Area Status: Closed
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This yellow post site is accessible by hiking about one mile on the Middle Fork Trail 6W01. The trail climbs steeply for the first 1/2 mile and is unshaded. At the top of the ridge the trail splits (unsigned trail junction). The lower trail leads to Stonehouse Camp and is not maintained any further.

The Middle Fork Trailhead is at the end of Forest Road 2N58. A high-clearance vehicle is recommended on this dirt road, and four-wheel drive may also be required depending on current road conditions.

There are no facilities at this campsite. Please Pack It In - Pack It Out & Leave No Trace! If you hike into the Cucamonga Wilderness we recommend a Wilderness Permit. Please call the Lytle Creek Ranger Station for more information on wilderness permits as well as current road and trail conditions 1-909-382-2851.

At a Glance

Current Conditions: Wood and charcoal fires and stoves prohibited.
Reservations: All sites are first-come, first-served.
Fees: U.S. Fee Area LogoAdventure Pass Required at Middle Fork Trailhead Adventure Passes are $5/day or $30/year. Interagency Passes also accepted. For more information, please visit our recreation pass page.
Permit Info: California Campfire Permit required for use of a stove or campfire - use is subject to current fire restrictions (see current conditions)
  • 8 persons maximum. 2 vehicles maximum.
  • Avoid parking on grasses and vegetation at all times.
  • Yellow post campsites have a 14 day camping limit.
Pack It In/Pack It OutPack out what you pack in and Leave No Trace!
Closest Towns: Lytle Creek, CA
Water: None
Restroom: None
Information Center:
Front Country Ranger District
1209 Lytle Creek Road
Lytle Creek, CA 92358
1-909-382-2851 Thursday thru Monday. (Closed Tuesdays and Wednesdays)


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