Mt. Pinos Campground

Los Padres National Forest

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Cuddy Valley Rd. Frazier Park, CA 93225 661-245-3731 805-968-6640 Official Website

GPS: 34.8106, -119.1091

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Overview of Mt. Pinos Campground

Number of Sites 19

Pad Type asphalt

Elevation 7,381 ft / 2,249 m

Max Length 26 ft

Tent Camping Yes

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Michael asked on 6/3/2021

How is the Wifi here?

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Reviews of Mt. Pinos Campground 1 person has reviewed this location.

Ratings Summary

Overall Rating
Site Quality

Cell Phone Coverage

Verizon 4G
Confirmed by 1 User
Last reported 8/9/2021
T-Mobile 4G
Confirmed by 1 User
Last reported 8/9/2021
San Diego, CA
3 reviews
“Nice views and great hikes nearby ”

Reviewed 8/9/2021

Nightly rate: $24
Days stayed: 2
Site Number: 11
Overall Rating

Mt. Pinos campground was a lovely spot to get out of the city for a couple nights.

The view from campsites along the southern edge is outstanding and there are enough trees near almost all the sites that you get some shade.

The hike to the top of Mt. Pinos is close by and has beautiful views.

A mountain bike trailhead is right next to two of the sites, (between sites 9 and 8 maybe?) that looked like it would have been annoying in the morning as the MTB bros rolled through en masse with the bells on their bikes.

Fortunately, at site 11, the annoyance was minimal and the campsite overall was pretty quiet even though there were a ton of kids and families over the weekend.

Take note that there is no drinkable water thanks to rusted pipes. The site has vault toilets that were fine on Friday night but absolutely disgusting by Saturday thanks to the other campers.

There is a dumpster, which you'd think folks would use, but I still saw a lot of random trash around on Sunday morning.

The campground is dog friendly, which was nice except for the one group that had their golden retriever off leash and was running into other sites.

I don't blame the campground for the poor behavior of others. Overall, I really liked the campground but it's probably better mid-week than on the weekend.

Site Quality
Verizon 4G
T-Mobile 4G

thatklutzychick would stay here again

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  • dry camping
Site Amenities
  • fire ring
  • picnic table
  • restrooms: vault
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