Forest Service / BLM
Near the east end of the Gibraltar Reservoir.Southern California
Number of Sites: 3
About: Meadow, shade, many large trees, big sites, next to river- water will be low in summer. The campground is usually full on weekends during deer hunting season, mid August through late September. The Mono Debris Dam is close to the campground. Little Caliente Hot Springs is 2 miles away but a high clearance vehicle is recommended for the last mile of Little Caliente Road. The last 12 miles of driving to the campground is on dirt roads. The last section of steep dirt road before Mono Campground can become slippery during wet weather. Vehicles may have to wait for up to a week for this section to dry out, so not advisable to use this area of the forest during wet weather.
Fees: Adventure Pass ($5/day or $30/year), or Annual Interagency Pass, Senior Interagency Pass, or Interagency Access Pass.
Restrictions: Must pack out garbage. No motor vehicles in walk-in sites or meadow.
Restrooms: Vault Toilet
Directions: (From Santa Barbara) Off Hwy 101, 8 miles N.W. on Hwy 154, 20 miles east on East Camino Cielo Road, 6 miles NW on 5N15, walk-in 200 yards to campground.
Currently there are no reviews of this campground.
the Next EXIT (2010 edition) (Next Exit: The Most Complete Interstate Highway Guide Ever Printed)