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    Pine Springs

    Frazier Park, California

    Pine Springs

    Pine Springs Professional Guide

    Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook

    "Finding the campground: From the Frazier Park exit on I-5, drive 5 miles west on Frazier Mountain Road to Frazier Park. From Frazier Park, continue west on Frazier Mountain Road for 4 miles, bear right onto Lockwood Valley Road, and drive about 10 miles to a junction with FR 7N03. Turn left onto this road and drive another 2 miles. Turn right onto FR 7N03A and go 1 more mile.

    About the campground: A pinyon-shaded site at 5,800 feet, Pine Springs is used mainly by hunters in the fall. Stay limit fourteen days. Open approximately April 1 to October 31, depending on snowfall."

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    Trail Information

    Frazier Park
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    Camping Southern California

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    Campsites
    Apr-Oct
    Season
    Hunting, Hiking
    Additional Use
    Los Padres National Forest, Mount Pinos Ranger District, (661) 245-3731
    Local Contacts
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    Fees per Night
    Picnic tables, fire rings, vault toilets. No drinking water.
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