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“Spring Time Camping”

Yucaipa Regional Park
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Owner description: Yucaipa Regional Park is situated in the foothills rich with natural flora and fauna, and boasts views of the San Bernardino Mountains and Mount San Gorgonio that provide an atmosphere of timeless serenity.If you like camping, hiking, boating, fishing or other outdoor sports such as disc golf and horseshoes, Yucaipa and its three lakes are the place for you.Yucaipa’s swim complex, with its dual-flume water slides and sandy beach, offers the perfect spot to get away, cool-off, and have a blast during hot summer days.The park’s recreational facilities are open year-round, providing a sanctuary from the bustle of city life whether it’s winter, spring, summer or fall.Yucaipa is a favorite destination for high school cross-country runners and mountain bikers, but it’s also a great place to ride a pedal boat or aqua cycle, bird-watch, or horseback ride.
Reviewed March 24, 2013

We camped here in our 21 foot travel trailer with 4 small children. We choose site #28 for it's nice big grass field. The site was very level with no shade. The park is quiet and has nice surroundings. We live close but still enjoyed "getting away". The Regional Park has two playgrounds, 3 fishing lakes and a swim lake. (The swim lake was not open during our stay). We enjoyed walking on the trails, watching fisherman and seeing some small animals. We were not ever approached by a park ranger at any point. The regional park does have some cons.. 1) Guests must pay $8 weekdays and $10 on weekends to visit your campsite. 2) Paying for a campsite does NOT include entrance or discount to the swim park $5 per person (had it been open) 3) Paying for a campsite also does NOT waive the $8 per person to fish. So if you are planning on fishing or swimming plan carefully, for the cost of the activities. Overall good experience. The bathrooms were clean but not fancy. Be sure to enter the park during park hours, we were hassled when coming back after 5:00pm.

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Reviewed January 19, 2013

Lots of shade, safe and well supervised. It is reasonably priced and my grandson loves the slide. We usually bring a picnic but it's nice that they have food and snacks available.

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Reviewed November 5, 2012

Lots of great places to have a small or large family picnic. Park is very clean. Views of the mountains are awesome. Large amount of mature trees for shade.

1  Thank YucaipaMaggie
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Reviewed October 12, 2012

we went for company picnic nice views open space plenty of parking wish i would have explored but i stop there on my way to other formal event.

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Reviewed September 14, 2012

Had a picnic and did the paddle boat thing it was alot of fun. The park is very clean. Great place to go with children.Large park alot to see here. Don't miss this place:)

1  Thank Debbie S
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