Goff Flat Yellow Post Site

San Bernardino National Forest

Free Camping Near Lake Hemet, CA

Goff Flate Yellow Post Site is a single campsite marked by a yellow post, situated along Goff Flat Road (Forest Road 6S53), close to Morris Ranch Road. This site was designated by the San Jacinto Ranger District of San Bernardino National Forest as a free campsite. This campsite is restricted to a single party of campers, with no more than eight (8) persons and two vehicles, first come, first serve, no reservations.

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Authority

San Bernardino National Forest, San Jacinto Ranger District

San Jacinto Ranger District Office:
Tel: (909) 382-2921

Particulars

GPS: 33.63956, -116.59241
Reservations: first-come, first-served
Camping Fee: none
Maximum Stay: 14 days in any 30-day period
Amenities: Fire rings, picnic tables

Downloads

San Bernardino NF Visitor Guide, published by USFS, 2018
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Goff Flat Yellow Post Site, San Bernardino NF, San Jacinto Ranger District

Campsite is suitable for any sized RV.

How Crowded: This site is lesser known, but still seems to be occupied more often than not. This is a great alternative to Thomas Mountain Yellow Post Site #1

How Noisy or Peaceful: Very peaceful here, and quite secluded. Not many people travel along Goff Flat Road.

Cellular Phone Signal: Verizon and T-Mobile tends to come in okay, with AT&T struggling behind.

Road Conditions: Goff Flat Road (Forest Road 6S53) is well-graded and suitable for any vehicle.

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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