Serrano Campground summertime Big Bear Lake

The beautiful Serrano Campground in Big Bear Lake, California is located in a wilderness setting surrounded by tall pines and is only a few steps from the lake. Campers can enjoy camping in a tent or RV, the RV sites have hook-ups and there is a dump station.

For campers who like some of the comforts of home, the campground is conveniently equipped with showers, toilets and telephones.

Camping at Serrano means you can play or fish in the lake or explore the area. The Serrano Campground is at the far end of the Alpine Pedal Path which is a 3-mile paved path that winds through the forest and along the lake to the Stanfield Cut-off. The Alpine Pedal Path is a must-see on your trip to Big Bear; it has spectacular scenery and is a perfect activity for campers who like to walk or bike.

2016 Rates: Feb.26-Nov.27.  Standard non-electric $31 to $66.  RV Electric $31 to $33.

Because the Serrano Campground is close to the lake it is very popular and advance reservations are recommended. For information you can call 909 866-8021 and to make a reservation call the National Recreation Reservation Service at 877 444-6777. http://www.reserveamerica.com/camping

Happy Camping! See the PHOTO GALLERY below – click images to Enlarge.