Mount Pinos Car Camp

  • Fri, August 04, 2017
  • 3:00 PM
  • Sun, August 06, 2017
  • 2:00 PM
  • McGill Campground

Registration

  • Camping - Tent Member
  • Camping - Tent Non-Member

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Mount Pinos is a mountain located in the Los Padres National Forest on the boundary between Ventura and Kern counties in California. The summit, at 8,847 feet (2,697 m), is the highest point in Ventura County. The mountain is the highest point of the Transverse Ranges west of Tejon Pass.

Campground Information

We will be at the Group Site 1 at McGill Campground in the Los Padres National Forest.  This facility has vault toilets, fire rings, and picnic tables.  There is NO WATER at the campground so you will need to BRING all the water you will need.  Bears do frequent the area and all food must be kept in approved containers or locked inside your vehicle.

Activities

Friday

Arrive any time after 3 PM and set up your tent.  Meet and greet snacks around 5-6 PM.  Dinner is on your own with campfire at sundown.

Saturday

There will be an organized hike on Saturday morning.  You will need hiking boots, a day- pack, water, the ten essentials, and a sack lunch.

  •        Traditional Tea at 4 PM.
  •       The Great Outdoors potluck dinner will be at 7 PM.       Dinner will be followed by a campfire activity.

Sunday

Paul is making breakfast on Sunday morning provided by GO, then relax until check out time at 2PM.

How To Get There/Transportation

Take I-5 North to Frazier Mountain Park Road exit.  Go west on Frazier Mountain Park Road for 7 miles and the name of the road changes to Cuddy Valley Road and continue about 5 more miles.  Stay left at the Y in the road and head towards Mt. Pinos, NOT towards Pine Mountain Club.  Continue about 5 miles to McGill Campground on the right.  We are at Group Site 1.

Carpooling is highly recommended.   Please plan on making your own carpooling arrangements.  The trip leader will provide possible carpooling suggestions.

Equipment

This site is for tent camping.  All regular camping equipment is needed, including a tent, ground cloth, sleeping bag, stove and fuel, cooking utensils, dishes and cutlery, folding chair, and a cooler with food.  The weather is variable, so be prepared for cool nights. 

Cancellation

Payment in full confirms the reservation.  Cancellation for a full refund must be received by July 28.   After that refunds will be made only if a replacement camper can be confirmed

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