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Locations: Silverwood Lake

HIKING

Pacific Crest Trail: The historic Pacific Crest Trail spans 2, 650 miles from Mexico to Canada, crossing through three states and six of seven of North America’s ecozones. The trail passes through national monuments, national parks, national forests, Bureau of Land Management land, federally designated wilderness, tribal lands and county and state parks, including Silverwood Lake SRA. This portion of the Pacific Crest Trail winds along the San Bernardino Mountains and through the park towards San Bernardino National Forest. Learn more at the Pacific Crest Trail Association website.

Hiker

Hiker on the Pacific Crest Trail

Cleghorn Hike and Bike Trail: Easily accessible from Cleghorn Day Use Area, this is the perfect trail for a casual hike. The trail is about three quarters of a mile long, and is handicap accessible. Park at Lot #4 or Lot #5 to access the trailhead. Restrooms are available at both parking lots.

Cleghorn Ridge

Cleghorn Ridge

Miller Canyon Trail (Hike only): Runs along the East Fork of the Mojave River. Lynx Point and Devil's Pit are two vista points along the trail with views of the San Bernardino and San Gabriel Mountains. Parking and restrooms are available at the Miller Canyon Group Campsites.