Riverside County Campgrounds

Riverside, California

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In 1875, a small 12-room adobe inn was constructed in the town of Riverside. Over the years, the inn grew with the town, adding rooms, alcoves, stained-glass windows, and antiques. Today a major tourist attraction, the Mission Inn is the city’s landmark. South of Riverside, several scenic lakes offer complete water-sports vacations, and in the southeast, the San Bernardino National Forest and Mount San Jacinto State Park offer many miles of hiking trails. The Temecula Valley boasts half a dozen wineries that produce excellent, if lesser known, wines. Most of them offer tours, tastings, and retail sales. Campgrounds included in this eTrail are: Bogart County Park, Lake Perris State Recreation Area, Lake Elsinore Recreation Area, El Cariso North, El Cariso South, Upper San Juan, Wildomar, Boulder Basin, Black Mountain, Fern Basin, Marion Mountain, Dark Canyon, Stone Creek, Idyllwild, Idyllwild County Park, Lake Hemet, Thomas Mountain, Tool Box Spring, Pinyon Flat, Santa Rosa Springs, Toro, and Lake Skinner Recreation Area.

Riverside County Campgrounds Professional Review and Guide

"In 1875, a small 12-room adobe inn was constructed in the town of Riverside. Over the years, the inn grew with the town, adding rooms, alcoves, stained-glass windows, and antiques. Today a major tourist attraction, the Mission Inn is the city’s landmark. South of Riverside, several scenic lakes offer complete water-sports vacations, and in the southeast, the San Bernardino National Forest and Mount San Jacinto State Park offer many miles of hiking trails. The Temecula Valley boasts half a dozen wineries that produce excellent, if lesser known, wines. Most of them offer tours, tastings, and retail sales. Campgrounds included in this eTrail are: Bogart County Park, Lake Perris State Recreation Area, Lake Elsinore Recreation Area, El Cariso North, El Cariso South, Upper San Juan, Wildomar, Boulder Basin, Black Mountain, Fern Basin, Marion Mountain, Dark Canyon, Stone Creek, Idyllwild, Idyllwild County Park, Lake Hemet, Thomas Mountain, Tool Box Spring, Pinyon Flat, Santa Rosa Springs, Toro, and Lake Skinner Recreation Area."

Activity Type: Campgrounds
Nearby City: Riverside
Season: All year, but many only open spring to fall
Additional Use: Horseback Riding
Local Contacts: Cleveland National Forest
Driving Directions: Directions to Riverside County Campgrounds

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May 2018