San Bernardino National Forest

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The San Bernardino National Forest is a United States National Forest in Southern California encompassing 823,816 acre of which 677,982 acres are federal.wikipedia
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San Bernardino Mountains

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The forest is made up of two main divisions, the eastern portion of the San Gabriel Mountains and the San Bernardino Mountains on the easternmost of the Transverse Ranges, and the San Jacinto and Santa Rosa Mountains on the northernmost of the Peninsular Ranges.
Most of the range lies within the boundaries of the San Bernardino National Forest.

Southern California

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The San Bernardino National Forest is a United States National Forest in Southern California encompassing 823,816 acre of which 677,982 acres are federal.

Angeles National Forest

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The west border of the forest adjoins Angeles National Forest and runs north-south about ten miles west of Interstate 15.
The national forest was established in 1908, incorporating the first San Bernardino National Forest and parts of the former Santa Barbara and San Gabriel National Forests.

San Bernardino, California

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Forest headquarters are located in the city of San Bernardino.
Some major geographical features of the city include the San Bernardino Mountains and the San Bernardino National Forest, in which the city's northernmost neighborhood, Arrowhead Springs, is located; the Cajon Pass adjacent to the northwest border; City Creek, Lytle Creek, San Timoteo Creek, Twin Creek, Warm Creek (as modified through flood control channels) feed the Santa Ana River, which forms part of the city's southern border south of San Bernardino International Airport.

Lytle Creek, California

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There are district offices in Lytle Creek, Idyllwild, and Fawnskin.
Mountains completely within the boundaries of the San Bernardino National Forest.

Big Bear City, California

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The eastern portion of the forest extends about ten miles east of Big Bear City and includes the San Gorgonio Wilderness.
Big Bear City is an unincorporated town in San Bernardino County, California, United States along the east shore of Big Bear Lake and surrounded by the San Bernardino National Forest.

Santa Rosa Wilderness

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The forest includes seven wilderness areas: San Gorgonio, Cucamonga, San Jacinto, South Fork San Jacinto, Santa Rosa, Cahuilla Mountain and Bighorn Mountain.
The United States Congress established the wilderness in 1984 with the passage of the California Wilderness Act (Public Law 98-425), managed by the both US Forest Service (San Bernardino National Forest, 13,801 acres ) and the Bureau of Land Management (58,458 acres ).

Fawnskin, California

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There are district offices in Lytle Creek, Idyllwild, and Fawnskin.
The facility is operated by a partnership between the US Forest Service and the San Bernardino National Forest Association.

San Bernardino County, California

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The area extends west of Mount San Antonio and Wrightwood in San Bernardino County.
The mountains are home to the San Bernardino National Forest, and include the communities of Crestline, Lake Arrowhead, Running Springs, Big Bear City, Forest Falls, and Big Bear Lake.

Cucamonga Wilderness

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The forest includes seven wilderness areas: San Gorgonio, Cucamonga, San Jacinto, South Fork San Jacinto, Santa Rosa, Cahuilla Mountain and Bighorn Mountain.
The 12781 acres wilderness is managed by the United States Forest Service in Angeles National Forest and San Bernardino National Forest

Riverside County, California

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The southernmost portion is bisected by the Riverside County line and borders the Morongo Indian Reservation north of Cabazon.

Toro Peak

Toro Peak and the Santa Rosa Indian Reservation are near the south extent.
Part of the mountain is under the jurisdiction of the San Bernardino National Forest.

Bonita Falls

The two tallest waterfalls in Southern California, Big Falls and Bonita Falls, are located in the San Bernardino National Forest.
Bonita Falls are a set of waterfalls in the San Bernardino National Forest, formed by Bonita Creek, that is said to be 370 or 400 feet (113 or 122 meters) in height, but possibly up to 495 feet high because of two undocumented drops in the canyon above.

Idyllwild–Pine Cove, California

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There are district offices in Lytle Creek, Idyllwild, and Fawnskin.
Idyllwild is within the San Bernardino National Forest and borders Mount San Jacinto State Park.

Santa Rosa Mountains (California)

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The forest is made up of two main divisions, the eastern portion of the San Gabriel Mountains and the San Bernardino Mountains on the easternmost of the Transverse Ranges, and the San Jacinto and Santa Rosa Mountains on the northernmost of the Peninsular Ranges.
It was created in 2000 and is administered jointly by the US Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and U.S. Forest Service—San Bernardino National Forest (SBNF).

San Gorgonio Wilderness

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The eastern portion of the forest extends about ten miles east of Big Bear City and includes the San Gorgonio Wilderness. The forest includes seven wilderness areas: San Gorgonio, Cucamonga, San Jacinto, South Fork San Jacinto, Santa Rosa, Cahuilla Mountain and Bighorn Mountain.
It is managed jointly by the San Bernardino National Forest and the Bureau of Land Management.

Paint Your Wagon (film)

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This site was the filming location for Daniel Boone in 1936; part of the 1969 musical film Paint Your Wagon was shot here.
Other locations include Big Bear Lake, California and San Bernardino National Forest; the interiors were filmed at Paramount Studios, with Joshua Logan directing.

List of fires in San Bernardino National Forest

Fires in San Bernardino National Forest
The following is a partial list of fires that burned in the San Bernardino National Forest in Southern California, listed with their date of origin.

Deep Creek Hot Springs

Deep Creek Hot Springs, DCHS, are natural hot springs located in the northern Mojave Desert section of the San Bernardino National Forest, near Hesperia in San Bernardino County, Southern California.

Big Bear Discovery Center

Big Bear Discovery Center is a regional visitor center and nature center, located in the of the San Bernardino Mountains, and within the San Bernardino National Forest, in San Bernardino County, southern California.

Cranston Fire

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The Cranston Fire impacted the communities of Idyllwild and Mountain Center, as well as recreational activities in the Lake Hemet area, San Bernardino National Forest and Mount San Jacinto State Park.

Valley Fire (2018)

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The Valley Fire was a wildfire that burned near the community of Forest Falls in San Bernardino National Forest, including the San Gorgonio Wilderness in California, United States.

Big Bear Lake

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Located 100 mi east of Los Angeles and surrounded by the San Bernardino National Forest, Big Bear Lake is accessible via three scenic highways: Highway 330 from Highland, Highway 38 from Redlands, and Highway 18 from Victorville to the west, San Bernardino to the east.

United States National Forest

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The San Bernardino National Forest is a United States National Forest in Southern California encompassing 823,816 acre of which 677,982 acres are federal.