Jackson Flat Group Campground
Five group campsites are available by reservation only at this concessionaire-administered facility, located a mile west of Grassy Hollow past a locked gate. Forty people can fit in sites one through three and 30 people in sites four and five. Tables, piped water and flush toilets are the amenities, and campground features include a pair of nature paths, a hiking trail to Jackson Lake and a viewing deck.
Santa Clara/Mojave Rivers Ranger District
30800 Bouquet Canyon Road
Saugus, CA 91390
Blue Ridge Campground
This eight-site campground, open from May to November, lies at 8,000 feet, just off the Pacific Crest Trail and a few miles southeast of Grassy Hollow Visitor Center. Except during winter, the campground can be reached by Blue Ridge Road, three miles off Highway 2. Blue Ridge can accommodate RVs of 20 feet and requires an Adventure Pass for all parked vehicles. There is no piped water. Pit toilets are available.
The location and contact information for this campground and the following three are the same:
Angeles National Forest
701 North Santa Anita Ave.
Arcadia, CA 91006
This year-round campground, also with eight sites, lies on the Big Pines Highway north of Grassy Hollow at 6,200 feet. An Adventure Pass is required for parked vehicles. The campground lacks water and has pit toilets.
Peavine is just northwest of Appletree Campground on the Big Pines Highway at 6,100 feet. It also requires the Adventure Pass and is open year-round. There is no water available and restrooms are pit toilets.
This eight-site campground, administered by a concessionaire, lies southeast of Jackson Lake and northwest of Peavine and Appletree camps along the Big Pines Highway. Lake accommodates RVs as long as 18 feet and features pit toilets and piped water during the summer.