Lobo Group Campground

Area Status: Closed
This area is Closed

This group campground is located in a pine forest setting in the Barton Flats Area of the San Bernardino National Forest. Amenities includes picnic tables, pedestal grill, 1 group fire ring and flush toilets.  Fishing opportunities are nearby at Jenks Lake and the Santa Ana River. Hiking opportunities nearby as well.

At a Glance

Current Conditions: Closed due to COVID-19.
Reservations: Call 1-877-444-6777 or visit www.recreation.gov.  Reservations can be made as early as 12 months or as late as 24 hours in advance based on availability.
Area Amenities: Tent camping,Camping trailer,Picnic tables,Toilets,Drinking water,Parking
Fees $335.00 per night.
Busiest Season: Summer
Restrictions: Campground capacity, maximum of 75 persons and 15 vehicles. This campground requires a 2 day minimum stay on weekends and a 3 day minimum stay on holiday weekends. No firearms or fireworks are to be discharged in campground.
Closest Towns: Angeles Oaks
Water: Drinking Water
Restroom: Flush
Operated By: California Land Management
Information Center: Big Bear Discovery Center (909) 382-2790

General Information


Take I-10 East to Redlands. Take the University Street exit, EXIT 80. Turn left (northbound) on University Street. Turn right onto E. Lugonia Avenue/SR-38. Continue on State Highway 38. From the Mill Creek Work Station go approximately 22 miles to Lobo Group Campground.

General Notes:

Reservations can be placed as late as 24 hours in advance based upon availability. For example, reservations could be made on a Thursday before 2pm, for a Friday 2pm check in, if there is availability.

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Picnic tables
Drinking water Potable water
Toilets Flush toilets
Parking 15 cars maximum
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