Lone Camp, Lytle Creek, CA

Front Country Ranger District

US Forest Service

Free Camping on Lytle Creek

This is a single "yellow post" campsite located along the creek side of Lytle Creek Road lies about 500 further up the road from Cold Camp. The campsite is long enough for full sized motorhomes and fifth-wheel trailers to get into, and is much easier to back into based on the way it is angled from the road.

Authority

Front Country Ranger District

US Forest Service

Front Country Ranger District

Tel: (909) 382-2851

Particulars

GPS: 34.2980, -117.5731

Reservations: First come, first served

Camping Fee: None

Permit: None

Max Stay: 14 days in any 30 day period

Amenities: Fire ring

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Lone Camp, Lytle Creek, CA

This single Yellow Post Campsite offers a similar amount of privacy as Cold Camp, but less room, though still long enough for full sized motorhomes and trailers. There is still considerable traffic, OHV riders, and hikers going up and down Lytle Creek Road. The road in is well-packed and suitable for any vehicle, but it’s bumpy. During heavy rains, you want to avoid driving up here because the creek will swell.

Campfires require a Calfiornia Campfire Permit which is the law all across the state. You can get one for free online just by watching a video and filling out a form at the Ready for Wildfire Website.

Lone Camp is often in use because it’s most easily accessible along Lytle Creek.

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