San Bernardino County covers more than 20,000 square miles of mountains, forests, desert, and valleys. Those who set out to explore San Bernardino County have a wide variety of places to investigate. Visitors at Yucaipa Regional Park Campground find many interesting attractions at the park or nearby.
Yucaipa Regional Park Campground is near Redlands in San Bernardino County. Park visitors enjoy wonderful views of Mount San Gorgonio and the San Bernardino mountains. Within the park are three lakes, a swim area with a sandy beach, and dual water slides. Activities include fishing, horseshoes, and disc golf. A playground is also nearby, along with hiking and equestrian trails. There are additional fees for fishing, swimming, and the water slides.
Yucaipa Regional Park Campground consists of 42 full hook-up campsites (30 and 50 amp). A good number of the RV sites are long pull-throughs. All the campsites are well-spaced from one another, surrounded by expanses of lawn. Most sites have at least partial shade from mature trees. No tents are allowed in the RV campground area.
Attractions near Yucaipa Regional Park Campground:
Enjoy the lakes for fishing and swimming. Cool off on the exciting water slides open Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day. Play disco golf on the 18-hole course. Children enjoy the playground. In the park is a sand volleyball court, equestrian and hiking trails, and picnic areas. Play a round of horseshoes. Make the hike up Zanja Peak. Hike on the Wilson Creek Trail. Watch for many birds such as Great Blue Herons, hawks, eagles and cranes.
Group Campsites at Yucaipa Regional Park Campground
Yucaipa Regional Park Campground has 9 group tent-camping sites. Campsites are equipped with a fire ring and several picnic tables. Each site can accommodate up to 30 people, 8 tents, 8 vehicles, 2 trailers, and 2 pets.
Fees: $30 per tent per night. Youth groups of 20 or more are charged $5 per person.
Reservations: (909) 790-3127
Yucaipa Regional Park Group Campground
General Camping Information
Not all campsites can accommodate trailers or RVs of all lengths. Check carefully on the reservation site when you make your reservation to be sure your vehicle will fit your campsite.
Designated Accessible sites are usually reserved for people with disabilities who have a vehicle displaying an accessible parking placard or license plate.