Bonita Ranch RV Campground

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Park Overview

Bonita Ranch is located near Lytle Creek, in the foothills of the San Bernardino National Forest. Close to area attractions such as San Manuel Amphitheater (formerly Glen Helen Pavilion), Auto Club Speedway, and the San Bernardino Airport. Lytle Creek enjoys a moderate climate. We do get some snow in the winter, but it doesn’t stick very long. Temperatures can reach the upper 90’s for short periods during the summer, but highs in the upper 80’s are more typical. We are about 1500′ above the San Bernardino valley and above the main smog level. We have a large (10′ long) barbecue pit, with a wench to raise the grill, that is designed for large groups. Special Club Rates available for 10 or more RV’s and 2-night minimum. Free WiFi. Lytle Creek runs along the east edge of the park. It is a small creek that runs year `round and is a good sized stream in the spring. Bonita falls are a short distance up the canyon behind the park. Most sites have shade. We do have day use. Enjoy a picnic, family reunion, company event, wedding reception, etc. Come see us…or call for more details.

Park Features

  • Hiking / Nature Trails
  • Horseshoes
  • Wildlife Viewing
  • 50 Amp
  • Dump Station
  • Full Hookups
  • Propane
  • WiFi
Clubs / Discounts
Site Options
  • Pull Through Sites
  • Tent Sites
  • Club / Meeting Room
  • Firewood
  • Gaming / Casino
  • Hot Showers
  • Laundry Facilities
  • Pet Friendly

Park Directions

Located in the foothills of the San Bernardino Mountains. Take the 15 freeway to Sierra Avenue exit. Go North on Sierra Avenue which turns into Lytle Creek Road. Take Lytle Creek Road 6 miles to South Fork Road. Look for the Bonita Ranch sign on left.

Bonita Ranch RV Campground

900 South Fork Road, Lytle Creek, California, 92358
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(909) 887-3643

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