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  Buckhorn Campground       3420'48"N  11754'46"W Elevation 6622'  
       
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  Access: From Interstate 210 in the city of La Canada, exit at Angeles Crest Highway (Hwy 2) and drive northeast for 36 miles.  
  Facilities: 38 campsites, water, vault toilets.  
  Season: Closed during reconstruction. This is a ARRA funded project.  
  Fees: Call 818-899-1900 for current rates.  
  Nearby Hiking Trails: The Burkhart Trail begins here and connects to a vast network of National Recreation Trails, including the High Desert NRT, the Pacific Crest NRT, and the Silver Moccasin NRT.  
  Nearby 4x4 Trails: Since this campground is sandwiched between the Pacific Crest Trail to the north and the Sheep Creek Wilderness to the south, there are NO offroad opportunities near the campground.  
  Comments: 2 vehicles maximum per campsite. Maximum RV length 20 feet. Be Aware of Bear Activity. When open, provides piped water. Vault toilets. Campground fee is charged. 2 vehicles maximum per campsite. Parking 2nd vehicle is included in campsite fee. Sites are first-come, first-served, no reservations.  
  Current Weather: Click here for the current 'pointcast' for this spot. ('Pops up' in a new window)  
  Managing Agency: Angeles National Forest / LA River ranger district - (818) 899-1900  
       
  This information is generally reliable, but not guaranteed. Use this information at your own risk. Outdoor conditions can change rapidly. Sometimes long periods go by between the time our web pages are updated, so you may find the conditions on any road, trail or campsite are very different from the descriptions given above. Be prepared to make alternate plans. Plan ahead, do some research and make sure you have a map and compass and plenty of backbone. Whenever possible, call the managing agency for a current update before you travel. And carry an extra pair of dry socks, just in case.