Morton Peak Lookout

Address: San Bernardino National Forest , San Bernardino, California, United States | Campground
 
Searching for availability...
*Prices above are provided by partners for one room, double occupancy and do not include all taxes and fees. Please see our partners for full details.
 

Location

This campground, located on San Bernardino National Forest , San Bernardino, is near Edward-Dean Museum of Decorative Arts.
Map this campground
   

TripAdvisor Reviews Morton Peak Lookout San Bernardino

0.00 of 5 stars Not Yet Rated
 

Travel Blogs from San Bernardino

Things go awry but we are saved by Automotive City

A travel blog entry by themeyerfamily on Aug 07, 2013

4 photos

... bush, Olivia finds a nice long tangled piece of thick wire, perfect for our needs. I felt completely validated in my knowledge and competency in true desert survival skills. Stacey started to cut the wire to length when our fortunes completely turned. Up drives our first hero, Larry, (no not the cable guy) who kindly stops, removes the dangling muffler, wires up the exhaust pipe, AND gives us four packs of disposable ear plugs before we drive on because now our minivan has ...

Bye Bye California

A travel blog entry by lesleyrose on Nov 07, 2012

... stayed this way until the bus picked us up at 6:30pm. There were movie characters wandering around and I made sure I got my pic with every one. Funny that no one has tried to run off with my phone yet when I hand it over to take a pic... My first show was the Shrek 4D experience. It's set up in a movie theater style and you're given a pair of 3D glasses on entering. So you sit and the show starts - I was completely absorbed in the graphics so that when ...

111218 Hemet, CA

A travel blog entry by jimcabay on Dec 18, 2011

... to re-introduce and instruct us to her favorite multi-step tunes.

Then the parties started - happy hours at 4, suppers at 6 and more visiting at 7PM. Of course all of the CFL parties were at our place - Jim won $50 in the western semi-final, June won $100 in the western final and good friends Bill/Wendy won everything during the grey cup game - there were about 100 folks wearing THEIR team colors; everybody brought ...

Have you slept in a wigwam lately?

A travel blog entry by noah_and_bree on Oct 16, 2011

28 photos

... also be freezing by night we think. We also can’t imagine how hot it gets in the summer, given how hot it is in the autumn. We both say we would love to come here again – in fact we would come just to see Joshua Tree National Park again. It is something else. Although the Grand Canyon is on a much, much bigger scale – we just stayed on the rim and walked and look at it. For us, it would not be possible to do any more than ...

Im & June's Odyssey - 110217 Hemet, CA

A travel blog entry by jimcabay on Feb 17, 2011

110327 Hemet, CA

While on their way to Yuma, some long-time friends detoured to Hemet for a visit. Lionel & Gloria Campeau, Walter & Lynda Ogordiuk and Harris & Dean Gibeau planned on stopping for a week but quickly changed their minds and decided to stay for a month. We really enjoyed their company!

Additional new friends are Bill/Wendy from Maple Ridge, Dave/Karen from Edmonton, Richard/Orlean from Kindersley, Roger/Marlene from West Bank, ...