Morton Peak Lookout

Address: San Bernardino National Forest , San Bernardino, California, United States | Campground
 
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This campground, located on San Bernardino National Forest , San Bernardino, is near Edward-Dean Museum of Decorative Arts.
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Travel Blogs from San Bernardino

Devils Slide to Fuller Trailhead

A travel blog entry by cale-and-becca on Apr 29, 2014

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... below the tent for seven times the typical comfort. Thanks to Stryders petroleum soaked cotton swabs, we had a fire going in short time and watched as the stream of tired and cold hikers made the decision that 190 did indeed seem to be the best camp that night. We ended up with myself, Short Step, Cannonball, Stryder, HandMeDown, Danger Zone, Goldilocks, Half & Half, and Carolyn (working on her trail name). It was one of my favorite camps so far. Everyone loves a camp ...

We made it out alive!

A travel blog entry by teamchase on Dec 18, 2013

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... things to do and people to see before we left out little desert town. I'm soooo tired. It's now after 9:30 pm and we are settled in at our hotel for the night. We did manage to go out and eat at a real restaurant for dinner. The dogs however were stuck in the hotel in travel crates. They can be devils so I wasn't taking ...

Bye Bye California

A travel blog entry by lesleyrose on Nov 07, 2012

... in San Francisco, and an 8 hour bus ride to LA with no sleep. I checked in and at the same time signed up for the tour to Universal Studios which was leaving at 11:25am. Because I just freshened up (a squirt of deodorant and a change of shirt) i was ready early and thats when i went in search of a polling station. I walked in and was obviously greeted and i simply blurted out that I couldn't vote, although I'd love to, because I am South African but am ...

Just touching base...

A travel blog entry by royandclaudia on Feb 13, 2012

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... drive to Idyllwild, CA which is about 40 miles east of here. It is WAY up in the mountains. Hemet is at 1600 feet and Idyllwild is a mile high...that's 5280 feet in case you've forgotten. Actually it is at 5308 feet to be exact! The day started out gray and cloudy and the mountains where we were headed were pretty socked in. We thought we might encounter rain. We climbed up and up and up this windy mountain road. Great views of the valley we left behind until we got up into ...

Have you slept in a wigwam lately?

A travel blog entry by noah_and_bree on Oct 16, 2011

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... climbing enthusiast. So we wander around trying to find some less Jumbo rocks. We find some and Elwood happily climbs and explores. He enjoy giving a commentary when he is climbing to explain what rescue mission he is on this time. He could do that all day!

We get back in the car and drive to Hidden Valley. This is amazing. You can imagine dinosaurs here. It is just like how they depict the landscape when in dinosaur days . We could ...