North Shore campground can be found tucked into the mountains of southern California inside of the San Bernadino National Forest. This pristine forest atmosphere is an excellent place for some rest and relaxation. Guests can enjoy many nearby recreational opportunities like hiking and swimming.
If you're someone looking to get out on the trails, North Shore contains the North Shore National Recreation Trail, which connects the area with the nearby Papoose Lake. It's just under 2 miles in length and gives guests a few stunning views of both the nearby Little Bear Creek and the surrounding mountain ranges. Canines are generally free to explore these hiking areas with their owners as long as they're supervised throughout their stay. Leashes are an absolute must, and guests should always keep an eye out for any messes their pets might leave on the ground.
Overnight visitors can choose from any of the 22 sites available at North Shore, all of which come with the standard camping amenities like a campfire ring and picnic table. These sites can handle recreational vehicles as well, but visitors should be warned that no on-site hookups are available like electricity or plumbing. Restrooms and drinking water taps can be found near the eastern side of the campgrounds. If you intend on keeping your canine with you for your overnight stay, make sure they're on a leash and indoors throughout the evening. Any visitors coming over the holidays will have to pay an additional $2 surcharge in addition to standard rates.
Just a short distance away is Lake Gregory, which offers fishing and boating throughout the year, weather permitting. Trout tend to be the most common species found here. There's also a waterpark and several public swimming areas here in case you're looking to avoid the summertime heat. More information on the amenities offered at Lake Gregory is available on their official website, including pet policies for their indoor and outdoor structures. While North Shore campground is located immediately adjacent to Lake Arrowhead, the waters there are private and off-limits to overnight guests.