“on Big Bear Lake”
This family campground is located in the San Bernardino mountains. Serrano is located on the north side of Big Bear Lake, 2 miles east of Fawnskin. There are 93 single sites and 16 double sites. Popular activities include hiking, mountain biking, boating and fishing. Amenities and services include camp host, comfort station, dump station, RV hookups, fire rings, firewood sales, interpretive programs, interpretive trails, picnic tables, showers and restrooms. Accessible.
Upon arriving here I was rather disappointed that it is not as close to the lake as suggested, and it is definitely not "in sight". Across the road a brand new RV resort is blocking the access and view of the lake. You can still access the lake via a public pick-nick area, but it is a little bit of a walk.
The campground itself is nicely set in the landscape, and spots are well spaced out. The campground has good sanitary facilities and showers are free.
I was quite stunned though that I had to pay $10 extra to dump, on top of the regular fee of $ 30 for a dry camping spot. That makes this place rather expensive for what you get.
Serrano Campground is located at the 6,900 foot elevation and features 132 camping sites that can be used by tents, RV's, pop-up campers, pickup trucks with camper shells, vans, etc. The campground, located within sight of and across the road from Big Bear Lake, is composed of four loops Summer Wind, Snowberry, Evening Star, and Lake View. RVer's should note that there are 29 campsites which offer electrical (30 amp), water and sewer hookups. There is an RV dump station. All sites are paved. Some sites are wheelchair-accessible. Popular activities include boating and fishing on Big Bear Lake, driving the Gold Fever Trail, and hiking or mountain biking area trails.
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- Check In
- 2:00 PM
- Check Out
- 12:00 PM
- Max Length
- Season End
- National forest
- Season Start
Standard Tent Sites