Clark’s Ranch Yellow Post Site

San Bernardino National Forest

Free Camping Near Angelus Oaks, CA

Clark’s Ranch Yellow Post Site is a single campsite designated by the Front Country Ranger District of San Bernardino National Forest as a free campsite. Located a short distance from the Santa Ana River and Deer Creek, this site is accessed via 7 Pines Road (Forest Road 1N64). This campsite is restricted to a single party of campers, with no more than eight (8) persons and two vehicles. No reservations, first come, first serve.

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San Bernardino National Forest, Mountaintop Ranger District

Mountaintop Ranger District Office:
Tel: (909) 382-2790


GPS: 34.18398, -116.97733
Reservations: first-come, first-served
Camping Fee: none
Maximum Stay: 14 days in any 30-day period
Amenities: Fire ring, picnic table


San Bernardino NF Visitor Guide, published by USFS, 2018
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Clark’s Ranch Yellow Post Site, San Bernardino NF

How Crowded: This single site is frequently occupied during the warmer months. You’re best to get here between Monday-Thursday in the afternoon.

How Noisy or Peaceful: Very peaceful and quiet. Not many people pass by here.

Cellular Phone Signal: Weak signal from all three carriers.

Road Conditions: Hard packed dirt & gravel all the way in, 2WD vehicles are fine. However, we would not advise motorhomes over 30ft or trailers above 20 ft in length due to some hairpin turns and very rough, bumpy road.

Amenities Within Campground: Just picnic tables and fire rings.

Cost of Camping: It’s free to camp at these sites, first come, first serve.

Campfires: Campfires are allowed during certain times when fire restrictions have been lifted. Otherwise, the entire State of California requires a campfire permit, which are free, and can be obtained online from CalFire Campfire Website.

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