Oasis Road is a hiking, biking, and horse trail in San Diego County, California. It is within Cleveland National Forest. It is 0.6 miles long and begins at 5,441 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 1.1 miles with a total elevation gain of 455 feet. The trail ends near the Oasis Spring.
Oasis Road Professional Reviews and Guides
"Oasis Spring is probably the most restful spot in the Laguna Mountains. A warm breeze from the desert wafts up the shady canyon below, bringing with it the scent of sage and California bay. Bigleaf maple trees shimmer in the sunlight. A sparkling stream gushes out of the ground and begins a headlong rush toward the dry desert sands 0.5 mile below."
--Jerry Schad, Afoot & Afield: San Diego County (Wilderness Press).
"If, after completing the hike up Garnet Peak or out to the Cottonwood Canyon viewpoint, you find yourself wondering what life in one of the steep canyons leading to the desert is like, this is the hike for you. Oasis Spring is a patch of oak trees and a trickle of water in the otherwise rugged and dry Storm Canyon. Even when the desert below far below is locked in shimmering heat waves, this spot offers cool shade—perfect for a picnic or a nap."
--Sean O'Brien, Best Easy Day Hikes: San Diego (Falcon Guides).
Sign in/up to upload photos.