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Pine Valley Run/Camping

Discussion in 'Southern California' started by Mickle, Apr 15, 2013.

  1. Mickle

    Mickle [OP] Active Member

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    Does anyone know if camping is allowed off the Pine Valley Rd trail or anywhere around there? Looking to do a run this weekend and camp out but don't want to drive 3 hours to get somewhere cool. Thanks for input.
     
  2. jeffz0rz

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    No camping off the trail, but there is ocotillo, and superstition that's not far. Paid ted gorge has cool trails and such too.
     
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    Coral canyon, bobcat meadows campgrounds are your best bet to wheel and camp locally. Little bit of everything there, 2wd stuff all the way up to break everything you wanna break.
     
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    I think you can camp at McCain valley as well.
     
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    as well as Cibets Flats up kitchen creek or the Cameron station turn off which is roughly 6-8 miles east of buckman springs off of 8

    yes in McCain Valley is Lark Meadow ORV area and camp site.
     
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  7. Mickle

    Mickle [OP] Active Member

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    Thanks for the input, looks like there are a few options. I'll check a few of these out.
     
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