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Lytle Creek at Bonita Ranch offers spacious and shaded campsites located at 3000' elevation along the Lytle Creek canyon with cooler temperatures. Enjoy the first weekend of Autumn in the woods at the creek.
Schedule of Events*
Friday, September 22
Saturday, September 23
Sunday, September 24
*Check campground white board for activities updates
Amenities: Restrooms have electricity, flush toilets, running water and hot showers. All campsites have electricity, water and shade. RV sites have 30 AMPS and water. Dump station nearby.
THINGS TO DO*
Day Hiking at Lytle Creek - Cajon Pass Recreation Area
Viewing Scenery at Lytle Creek - Cajon Pass Recreation Area:
What to Bring: Ten Essentials, camp chair, camping/cooking gear, food, warm/cool weather clothing, potluck item and your entree item to grill on the barbecue for Saturday evening and an appetizer to share for Friday evening.
Pets: Are welcomed. Must be kept on leash.
Approx. 80 miles from Palm Springs
Address: 900 South Fork Road, Lytle Creek CA 92358
Refunds: Cancellation for a refund minus service fee of $5.00 must be received by September 12, 2017
Contact: Scott Connelly - Click Here
GO Annual Conference
Please click here to read all about this trip hosted by our Los Angeles Chapter. You can also go directly to their registration page - click here.
Note: GO-PS members will need to register on the hosting Chapter's website for this trip. Your registration information there will be separate from your GO-PS information. Paid members of the GO-PS Chapter do not need to pay an additional $25 for a GO membership.
Autumn is the perfect time in the desert. Experience the magical glow of sunsets to the allure of ghost towns, historic mining operations, wildlife, raw natural beauty, multicolored rock formations, eons of geological history displayed, and hikes into secluded canyons, Death Valley is a must-see destination. We will be camping at Furnace Creek Campground centrally located with amenities and services available. Activities include interesting hikes, road tours, pool time, and campfire activities.
Schedule of Events
Thursday, Nov 16
* Check white board for hike/outings updates
Vehicle parking is limited. Please enter the information if you are bringing a tow vehicle, sharing accommodations, and ride sharing so we can plan accordingly.
Campsites: We have group sites 4 and 5 near the main campground where the remainder of the sites are located that can accommodate RV's and tents. Maximum of 8 persons and 2 vehicles per site.
Amenities: Restrooms, flush toilets, water, pay showers ($5) at Oasis pool house, heated swimming pool, general store, restaurants, cell service and pay Wi-Fi.
The Oasis at Death Valley, formerly Furnace Creek Resort, is undergoing a major renovation and some services may be affected by construction. Restaurants, showers, heated swimming pool, motel and general store.
You may want to consider getting persons together to share jeep using Farabee's Jeep Rentals located not far from our camp location.
What to Bring: Ten Essentials, camp chair, camping/cooking gear, cash for showers, food, warm/cool weather clothing, swim suit for pool, potluck item, firewood - no particle board, plywood or construction materials.
Directions: Campground Location map
Climate: 50-70 degrees.
Refunds: Cancellation for a refund minus service fee of $5.00 must be received by 11/12/2017
Contact: Scott C
Photos from previous trips: Click Here
Pets: Dogs are welcomed. Must be kept on leash. Please pick up after your pet.
Health Problems/allergies: It is the responsibility of participants to carry on their person a record of significant allergies, medications and medical history in the event of a medical emergency. Discuss any medical concerns with the hike leader if you wish.
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