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Phone
Phone 1:
661-245-3731
Address
Mcgill Campground
Cuddy Valley Road
Frazier Park, CA 93225
Basics
Number of Sites:
80
Basic Amenities
  • Vault Toilets

Details

Season
Open through Sun Sep 29 2013
Location
Getting There:
GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude):
34.81556, -119.09833
34°48'56"N, 119°5'54"W

Take I-5 North to Frazier Mountain Park Road exit. Go west on Frazier Mountain Park Road for 7 miles to Cuddy Valley Road. Bear right at Cuddy Valley Road. Continue 5 miles to the Y in the road and veer left for 5 more miles to McGill Campground entrance on the right side of the road.

Basic Info
Total Sites:
80
Check out the accessible Exploration Trail, Mount Pinos Trail and McGill Campground Trail. McGill is for hiking and biking and meanders along 3.7 miles of scenery.

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