MOUNT SAN JACINTO STATE PARK AND WILDERNESS MAP CALIFORNIA
13,000 acres. Located in southern California’s San Jacinto Mountains and surrounded by San Bernardino National Forest, this state park includes 10,804-foot San Jacinto Peak and some other high mountains. Over 10,000 acres consist of designated wilderness, and there are forests of fir, pine, and oak.
Activities: Backpacking and hiking are possible on 35 miles of trails, including a section of the Pacific Crest Trail (see entry page 113). Horses are allowed on some trails, and cross-country skiing is available in the winter. Hunting is forbidden.
Camping Regulations: A free permit is required to camp in the Mount San Jacinto State Wilderness. The permit may be obtained in person or by mail up to eight weeks in advance. Quotas are in effect. Advance reservations are advisable in the summer.
Camping is restricted to four designated camping areas, one of which is a larger wilderness campground. Campfires are not allowed. A stove may be brought for cooking. Pets are prohibited.
For Further Information: Mount San Jacinto State Park & Wilderness, P.O. Box 308, Idyllwild, CA 92349; (714)659-2607.
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