Have a shindig in the California forest with 100 of your best friends and family -- and everyone's doggos are invited! Black Mountain in San Bernardino is a large group site set amidst forest, desert, and two different sets of mountains. There is lots of fun to be had in this magnificent setting!
The site itself is very primitive and the road that leads to it is rough, so leave the trailers and RVs at home for this one. Approximately 50 tents can fit on the lot. You won't find drinking water at the actual group area, but down the road, you can collect water at the Cinco Posa Spring Tap. There are campfire rings provided, so please use them instead of building free fires and, as it is California, check for fire bans before you light. It's also important to only source out local wood for burning so that you don't spread pests that can wipe these beautiful forests out!
The San Bernardino area is abundant with fun activities to fill your days with. Rough terrain makes for great OHVing, while fisher-guys and gals will have a ball trying to land a catch in the creeks that run through the woods. All the canines in the group will be thrilled to come along for a hike on The Fuller Ridge Trail, which is actually a part of the Pacific Coast Trail, spanning from Mexico to Canada!
All dogs are asked to be kept on-leash, and it's probably for the best as there is wildlife around the campground. Please clean up after your pooch so that this site stays pup-friendly for future guests. Also, remember to collect enough water for both yourself and your doggo, as they will need to stay hydrated in the hot California sun.
If group camping in the wilds of the San Bernardino sounds like something you want to be a part of, have your next get-together at Black Mountain -- and don't forget the fur-babies!