Hanna Flat is a family campground in Fawnskin, California within the San Bernardino National Forest. If you're looking for a private and primitive camping trip where you'll still have standard amenities, this could be the one for you! It's tucked away under tall pine trees that provide plenty of shade and privacy for campers. While you're only about two miles from a major highway, you'll feel like you're a world away from it all during your stay at Hanna Flat!
There are more than 80 sites at Hanna Flat, 23 of which are tent-only, and 18 that are first-come-first-served. Each campsite can accommodate up to eight people, and your dog can come along too, as long as they are always attended and on a leash under six feet. Your campsite will include a picnic table, a campfire ring, and a grill. There are no hookups at the campsites, but drinking water is available, and there's a dump station at the nearby Serrano Campground, and trash collection is also provided.
To make the most of your outdoor adventure, there are plenty of recreational activities in and around the campground. Visitors can choose from hiking and mountain biking trails, swimming, boating, or fishing on Big Bear Lake, water slides, mini golf, tennis, and so much more. Hikers may opt for the Hanna Flats Trail, a 3.7-mile loop path with excellent views. You can also choose to continue along this trail to Gray's Peak, making this an 11.3-mile adventure of moderate intensity.
If you plan to camp at Hanna Flat on a holiday weekend, be advised that there's a minimum three-night stay. Guests can book with as little notice as one day in advance, or up to six months in advance. It's also important to know that no refunds are provided for lousy weather. Each night, quiet hours are enforced from 10 PM to 6 AM to make sure you're rested up for all of your great adventures at Hanna Flat!