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Outings, San Diego Chapter, Sierra Club.
Areas for Mountain Biking at Laguna Mountain Area
Camping & Cabins
Areas for Campground Camping at Laguna Mountain Area
Areas for RV Camping at Laguna Mountain Area
Areas for Group Camping at Laguna Mountain Area
Areas for Day Hiking at Laguna Mountain Area
Areas for Backpacking at Laguna Mountain Area
Horse Riding & Camping
Areas for Horse Camping at Laguna Mountain Area
Areas for Horse Riding at Laguna Mountain Area
OHV Riding & Camping
OHV Trail Riding
Areas for OHV Trail Riding at Laguna Mountain Area
Areas for Visitor Programs at Laguna Mountain Area
Areas for Interpretive Areas at Laguna Mountain Area
Areas for Picnicking at Laguna Mountain Area
Cleveland National Forest – Laguna Mountain Area.
On July 1st, 1908 President Theodore Roosevelt signed a declaration that created the Cleveland National Forest. Now, more than 100 years later, the Cleveland National Forest provides habitat for native wildlife, as well as a natural refuge and playground for many of the 3 million plus residents in the greater San Diego area. Read more about the history of the Cleveland National Forest how it was founded and evolved into the forest it is today!
Cleveland National Forest
10845 Rancho Bernardo Road
San Diego, CA 92127
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Since 1986, Jerry Schad’s Afoot and Afield: San Diego County has been the premier trail guide for hikers, backpackers, and mountain bikers. It describes routes ranging from brief, family-friendly hikes to multiple-day overnight trips in remote regions of the backcountry, providing equal weight to the scenic and recreational value of each trip. Each route features at least one or more significant botanical, cultural, or geological highlight with detailed information about what makes each one significant. The book’s lengthy history as the preferred hiking guide for the region creates trust and recognition in its readers, while the variety within the book caters to a wide population of recreational enthusiasts.
Current co-author Scott Turner has fully updated the book by re-hiking each of the routes contained within the book and adding (up to) 30 new routes to ensure that information for each trip is fully current.