Cold Camp, Lytle Creek, CA

This is a single "yellow post" campsite located along the north side of Lytle Creek Road right at the fork with Cold Water Canyon. The campsite is long enough for full sized motorhomes and fifth-wheel trailers to get into, albeit with some skill backing into the 90-degree turn from the road.

Thomas Mountain Yellow Post Sites

Thomas Mountain Yellow Post Sites, Idyllwild, CA How Crowded: These sites are extremely popular. Site #1 is the most popular because it’s suitable for any size RV and is close to the highway. The other 10 sites are still popular, though they are all located up along the mountain ridge. How Noisy or Peaceful: All 11 sites ... Read more

Thomas Mountain Yellow Post Site #1

Thomas Mountain Yellow Post Site #1 Yellow Post Campsites offer boondockers offer up to 14-days of continuous free camping with the closest proximity to the greater Southern California metropolitan area. This particular site is one of the easier Yellow Post sites to get into with a medium to large RV or trailer. Most Yellow Post sites tend ... Read more

Stone Creek Yellow Post Sites

Stone Creek Yellow Post Sites, Idyllwild, CA 4WD is definitely required to get to these two sites. The road up is steep, there is soft sand in places, rutted, and in some places trees and shrub have grown across the road and will brush against your vehicle. In some places, the road is very narrow ... Read more

South Ridge Yellow Post Sites

South Ridge Yellow Post Sites, Idyllwild, CA These three Yellow Post sites are suitable only for cars, vans, pickup trucks, not motorhomes. 4WD is advised because of steep inclines and soft dirt in places. You can tow a trailer up here, but only small trailers (no larger than 20ft), as long as you have 4WD. ... Read more

Snaggletooth Primitive RV Camp

Snaggletooth Primitive RV Camp, Needles, CA What makes Snaggletooth a great place to boondock is that it remains largely unnoticed by most RVers, particularly during the Winter season. When places like Quartzsite, Lake Havasu, Yuma, Joshua Tree South are completely filled with snowbirds, Snaggletooth remains largely unnoticed. You can set up camp here, and pretty much get away with ... Read more

Scissors Crossing Parking Area

Scissors Crossing, Anza Borrego Desert State Park Anza Borrego Desert State Park is perhaps the only park within the California State Parks system to offer free boondocking up to 30 days in a 12 month period. Scissors Crossing happens to be located inside park boundaries, right on a convenient intersection of Highway 78 and County Road ... Read more

Santa Rosa Yellow Post Sites

Santa Rosa Yellow Post Sites, San Bernardino NF These fifteen (15) yellow post sites are all located along Santa Rosa Truck Trail, close to Santa Rosa Peak. The truck trail requires a 4WD vehicle. Small trailers are okay, but any trailer longer than 20 feet is just not going to make it due to hairpin ... Read more

Owens River Road, Mammoth Lakes, CA

Owens River Road, Inyo National Forest, California Owens River Road starts from US-395 at a tiny hamlet called “Crestview”, about 20 minutes north of Mammoth Lakes, CA. Crestview is so small, it’s not anything at all. All that’s there is a CalTrans Maintenance station and a house for the crews. Otherwise, the road is more ... Read more

Keller Peak Yellow Post Sites

Keller Peak Yellow Post Sites, San Bernardino NF Note: These sites are normally closed due to heavy snow from late Fall to late Spring. All sites are small in size, better suited for cars, vans, and pickup trucks. Small trailers under 20ft in length are probably okay. Keller Peak Rd is paved all the way ... Read more