Notices & Closures




Pfeiffer Day Use Area
Plaskett Creek Campground
Kirk Creek Campground
Sand Dollar Beach Day Use Area
Willow Creek Day Use Area
Mill Creek Day Use Area
Memorial Park Campground

Santa Lucia
Cerro Alto Campground (Short term closure
Monday, Jan. 29th – Wednesday, Jan. 31st)
Figueroa Campground
Nira Camp Ground
Davy Brown Campground
Turkey Flat OHV Day Use Area

Santa Barbara
Paradise Campground
First Crossing Day Use Area
White Rock DUA

Mt. Pinos
Ballinger Campground/OHV
Reyes Creek Campground

Lake Isabella / Kern River



Mt. Pinos
Campo Alto Campground
Mt. Pinos Campground
McGill Campground
Pine Mountain Campground
Reyes Peak Campground


Ponderosa Campground
Nacimieto Campground
Arroyo Seco Campgound
Arroyo Seco Day Use Area
Escondido Campground
China Camp Campground (30 more days for Road work)
Limekiln State Park
White Oaks Campground (30 more days for Road work)

Santa Lucia
La Panza Campground
Navajo Flat Campground/OHV

Santa Barbara
Upper Oso Campground
Lower Oso Day Use Area
Aliso Trailhead
Falls Day Use Area
Fremont Campground
Live Oak Day Use Area
Sandstone Day Use Area
Red Rock Day Use Area & Trailhead
Los Prietos Campground
Sage Hill Campground

Holiday Group Campground (opening Feb. 1st)
Middle Lion Campground (30 more days for Road work)
Pine Mountain Campground
Reyes Peak Campground
Rose Valley Campground (opening Feb. 1st)
Wheeler Gorge Campground (opening Feb. 1st)

Mt. Pinos
Chuchupate Campground

Pine Mountain Campground

Los Padres National Forest | Ojai, CA

Beneath towering pines, high above the Sespe Wilderness, is a campsite just for you. At an elevation of 6, 650 feet, with views of the distant Channel Islands and cool temps even on hot summer days, Pine Mountain Campground near Ojai is a rustic retreat. With only six campsites, this is a real getaway from the grind of daily life. Boulder Canyon (23W03) is the area’s sole designated trail, but you can explore the surrounding hills for views. A mile up the road leads you to Chorro Grande Trail and Raspberry Spring Trail, accessed from Reyes Peak Campground. Or, drive past the gate at the end of the paved road to reach Reyes Peak Trailhead.


• 7 campsites for tent and RV camping
• Picnic tables, fire pits, grills/fire rings, and 1 pit toilet


Spring, Summer, Fall