Entry fees and parking information as of 06/Oct/2020 -- The CAMPGROUND ARE OPEN

Overnight camping is currently $12 a night without an Adventure Pass, $10 with an Adventure pass which can be paid by using white envelopes available next to the Visitor Center or at the Cafe.

The Forest Service is asking for $5 Adventure Pass for day parking.

Lake Site Parking consists of five levels. The lowest level (level 5) parking is at North 34 degrees, 19.261 by West 117 degrees, 50.784 at 5604 feet.

Currently the Forest Service is asking that everyone who drives up and enjoys the campgrounds acquire an Adventure Pass which is sold at the Cafe for $5. The Visitor Center also sells Adventure Passes when the Center is opened which is usually only on weekends.

CLICK HERE -- for a photograph showing what where the pay envelopes may be located.

The rest of the Angeles National Forest system in these San Gabriel Mountains employ an "Adventure Pass" which can be purchased either at the Ranger station located at the very bottom of the mountain or by the Ranger station located at the entry to the Off Road Vehicle area located some 500 yards pass the East Fork Road bridge.

The Ranger station located at North 34 degrees, 19.089 by West 117 degrees, 50.593 also sells parking permits when the Ranger station is opened.

The Adventure Pass currently costs $5.00 and allows cars to be parked in improved areas of the forest.

Site map is at: Crystal Lake site map

This web site is not operated or maintained by the US Forest Service, and the USFS does not have any responsibility for the contents of any page provided on the http://CrystalLake.Name/ web site. Also this web site is not connected in any way with any of the volunteer organizations that are mentioned in various web pages, including the San Gabriel Mountains Trailbuilders (SGMTBs) or the Angeles Volunteers Association (AVA.) This web site is privately owned and operated. Please note that information on this web page may be inaccurate.

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