Cleveland National Forest Area Campgrounds Professional Review and Guide
"Cleveland National Forest occupies most of the central third of San Diego County. Its 567,000 acres stretch from the northern county line to within a few miles of the Mexican border. The forest vegetation is mostly chaparral, but fine stands of oak can be found in meadows and along streams, and forests of Coulter and Jeffrey pine grow at the higher altitudes.
Campgrounds included in this guide are: Dripping Springs, Oak Grove, Crestline, Observatory, Fry Creek, Palomar Mountain State Park, Indian Flats, William Heise Regional Park, Paso Picacho, Green Valley, Los Caballos, Wooded Hill, Burnt Rancheria, Horse Heaven, Laguna, El Prado, Cibbets Flat, Boulder Oaks, Lake Morena Regional Park, Bobcat, Corral Canyon, and Potrero Regional Park."