2015 Georgetown Forest River 35 ft
2015 Georgetown Forest River 35 ft
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Sun-drenched days, sandy beaches, and spectacular mountain scenery make Silverwood Lake State Recreation Area a favorite with locals and vacationers alike. Spend the day basking on the beach and enjoying lunch at the scenic picnic spots. The boating is fantastic, which makes Silverwood Lake a great place to launch your own watercraft or rent a kayak, canoe, or paddleboard. For adventurous campers, there are plenty of well-marked hiking trails to explore, including sections of the legendary Pacific Crest Trail.
Planning a getaway to Southern California? RV rentals in San Bernardino County unlock access to this pocket of the Golden State, as well as other nearby gems like Mojave River Forks Regional Park and Horsethief Canyon. At less than an hour and a half from the City of Angels, Silverwood Lake State Recreation Area is popular with urbanites wanting to camp in an RV near Los Angeles. You're also less than an hour's drive from San Bernardino, another popular base for RV rentals near Silverwood Lake State Recreation Area.
Naturally, water sports are a top priority at Silverwood Lake State Recreation Area. Rent a canoe, kayak or motorboat and you'll gain access to postcard-perfect picnic spots accessible only by water. Be sure to acquire a California Boating Card and check for quagga mussels and standing water if you're launching your own craft. You can also make a splash with water skiing, wakeboarding, stand-up paddleboarding, and other water sports. If you want to reel in your own dinner, try your luck with striped bass, crappie, trout, bluegill, catfish, and more. Don't forget to pick up a California State Fishing License before you cast a line.
Scenic hiking trails wind through the park and take you through the lush forests and rugged mountains of San Bernardino County. Pack lunch and plan a day hike or use Silverwood Lake as a base for an overnight backpacking adventure. Miller Canyon is one of the most rewarding routes, meandering through the forest and taking you to Serrano Beach. Stretching from Canada to Mexico, the Pacific Crest Trail skirts the northern border of the park and offers a unique chance to explore one of the most iconic hiking routes in North America. Adrenaline seekers can hit challenging mountain bike trails with steep downhill sections and sharp turns.
Birders will be in their element with the chance to spot western bluebirds and acorn woodpeckers in the dense oak woodlands fringing the lake. At higher altitudes, lush ponderosa pine forests are home to Steller’s jays, mountain chickadees, and juncos. From January to March, bald eagle barge tours depart from the marina and are a fantastic way to spot the magnificent birds in flight.
Set on the southwestern tip of the reservoir, the campground at Silverwood Lake State Recreation Area puts you just steps from the shoreline. This makes it easy to spend the entire day swimming, boating, fishing, or simply soaking up the sun. Between the New and Old Mesa Campgrounds, you can take your pick of more than 135 sites, all featuring picnic tables, grills, and fire rings. Full-service sites feature electric hookups of up to 50 amps. You'll also enjoy your own private water and sewer hookups.
Primitive sites offer excellent value for money and are great if you're looking for an off-the-grid RV camping experience. Regardless of which site you choose, all campers enjoy access to modern bathroom blocks with hot showers and flush toilets. Each site allows up to eight people and three vehicles. If you're camping with a larger party, consider booking one of the group sites. Pets are allowed, so why not bring along the whole family on your next RV camping getaway? April to October is peak season at Silverwood Lake, so it's best to make reservations in advance, especially if you're arriving on a weekend.
RV camping at Silverwood Lake State Recreation Area puts you in the heart of the stunning San Bernardino Mountains. For a change of scene, spend the day at Lake Arrowhead, a West Coast favorite where you can swim, sunbathe, fish, and boat. If you're feeling adventurous, take to the skies on a tandem paraglide or scenic helicopter tour. You can also step aboard the famous Lake Arrowhead Queen Paddleboat. Head back to your RV rental for a home-cooked meal or indulge in gourmet fare in the town's top-rated restaurants.
Want to soak up a little Route 66 history? Head to San Bernardino, a charismatic town perched on the Mother Road. The main strip is dotted with iconic landmarks, including America's oldest operating McDonald's restaurant which has been reimagined as a quirky museum. While you're here, take time to admire the beautiful Santa Fe Railway Station and Depot. Hesperia is a 25-minute drive north and is a great place to stock up on motorhome camping essentials like gas and groceries. The lakeside town of Crestline is also great for basics like milk, bread, and s'mores ingredients.