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Laguna Mountain Recreation Area

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Mount Laguna, CA
+1 619-473-2082
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A cold but fun night

The camp sites are great. There is water available, chipped wood to setup your camp fire and the... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
SantiagoChago
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San Diego, California
Peaceful Place to spend the Day!!

We go to the Laguna Mountain Recreation Area about 2-3 times a month during the Spring, Summer and... read more

Reviewed 12 October 2017
Marsha A
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San Diego, California
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The camp sites are great. There is water available, chipped wood to setup your camp fire and the letrines are mostly clean. There are 6 minutes coined showers avilable. The camp site can fit three cars or a large RV. The stay cost $24.00 for...More

Thank SantiagoChago
Reviewed 12 October 2017

We go to the Laguna Mountain Recreation Area about 2-3 times a month during the Spring, Summer and Fall months. Pack a lunch and find a nice quiet place to enjoy. Lots of places to hike around or just walk around and enjoy the beauty...More

Thank Marsha A
Reviewed 21 September 2017

This is a nice area to get away for a few days or maybe just for a day hike. Many trails and a nice campground in the area. There are also some cabins for rent. You need a pass in order to hike the trails....More

Thank Sarracenia
Reviewed 25 April 2017

A short drive up to Mount Laguna on the 8 freeway and sunrise highway and you are in the peace and quiet of Mount Laguna. Grab a park pass and trail map and head off on the many paths to experience the tranquility of the...More

Thank Worrals
Reviewed 5 February 2017

We went up here for a quick day trip from San Diego. 40 min out on the 8 fwy and about 20 min up sunrise hwy to the first buildings and the SNOW! we stopped to buy a Nat'l park pass, but were told by...More

1  Thank KatliFitora
Reviewed 16 January 2017 via mobile

Very cool little place to get away from San Diego but not have to drive very far. Go to the visitor center for passes, $5, and a trail guide, $2. There are also trail guides posted at the trail heads. I use the all trails...More

1  Thank Coffeebj
Reviewed 14 January 2017

I have put in many many miles hiking up here on most of the trails. There are trails suitable for anyone, there are many short flat hikes, and numerous long uphill difficult hikes. All are very worthwhile and most reward you with spectacular views. There...More

1  Thank 10ringtraveler
Reviewed 6 March 2016

Mt Laguna is a great escape from the hustle and bustle of SoCal city life. There are tall pines, outlooks with fantastic views, friendly people, and snow if you visit in the winter. Recently visited for a hike to Garnet Peak. The Pacific Crest Trail...More

Thank SoCalAdventureSeeker
Reviewed 8 January 2016

We went searching for snow and we didn't find any of it in Cuyamaca, nor Julian; so we drove a few miles toward Laguna Mountain and guess what.. we found a beautiful and snowy mountain. Oh.. and beautiful cabins, that I'm not sure they are...More

Thank ioserg
Reviewed 16 September 2015

Our family spent 5 days camping at laguna campground for the Fourth of July. Had a great time nice weather

1  Thank markm10320
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Angela H
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Yes, watch for a snow alert for the Mount Laguna. Right at the entrance to the park (watch for the sign) you can park and enjoy the snow. Do not forget to put chains in the trunk, as they are a must before the road (Sunrise... More
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