Alpine Canyon Yellow Post Site

Front Country Ranger District

San Bernardino National Forest

Free Camping at Lytle Creek, CA

Officially marked as Yellow Post Site #12, this is a single primitive campsites identified by a yellow post located about 8 miles up Lytle Creek from the town of Lytle Creek. This is the furthest-west of the Yellow Post Sites along Lytle Creek. There is a fire ring here and that's about it.

Authority

Front Country Ranger District

San Bernardino National Forest

District Office

Tel: (909) 382-2851

Particulars

GPS: 34.3201, -117.6196

Reservations: First come, first served

Camping Fee: None

Permit: None

Max Stay: 14 days in a 30 day period

Amenities: Fire ring

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Camping at Alpine Canyon Yellow Post Site

A high clearance 4WD vehicle is required to get here due to the travel up the creek bed over rocks and soft sand. You could pull a small trailer up here, but anything longer than that is going to be too rough.

There is some degree of peace and quiet up here, but there is still a fair amount of traffic from other 4WD vehicles coming up here for joy driving. There is also foot traffic from hikers here.

There are no restroom facilities here, you will have to either bring a shovel and dig a hole, or have your own porta-potty, if your vehicle does not have its own toilet.

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