By Mickey Little
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Late spring, summer, and early fall. During the non-reservation periods, family campsites are available on a first-come, first-served basis; this is the same basis for unreserved campsites during the reservation period. The list of parks/campgrounds requiring reservations and their reservation seasons changes from year to year. Even the agency handling the reservations can change so only basic information is given here. Each reservation system charges a fee for the reservation, as well as a cancellation fee.
Hiking trails have been developed in most state parks; many of these trails allow mountain bikes. However, the use of mountain bikes is restricted on some trails because of conflicts with hikers, horseback riders, and potentially hazardous trails. For the off-highway-vehicle (OHV) enthusiast, there are 5 state vehicular recreation areas that offer vehicular recreation opportunities on primitive dirt roads within their boundaries. A very comprehensive and beneficial brochure entitled “Guide to Off-Highway Vehicle Areas of California” is available.
The Camper’s Guide to Southern California does the same for the lower half of the state. ) All information in this Camper’s Guide has been supplied by the respective operating agency, either through literature distributed by them, through verbal communication, or through secondary sources deemed reliable. The information presented is basic; it describes the location and outstanding features of the area, tells you how to get there, and lists the facilities and recreational activities available.