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Mount San Jacinto State Park

Overview
Mount San Jacinto State Park is mostly a designated wilderness area enjoyed by hikers and backpackers. The park offers two drive-in campgrounds near the town of Idyllwild, each with accessible campsites. An aerial tramway is operated by Palm Springs Aerial Tram. Tram accessibility and other information at 888-515-TRAM. The park is west of Palm Springs and north of Idyllwild, off Highway 243. Phone 951-659-2607.

Camping
Idyllwild Campground.  Accessible campsites are available. A restroom with showers is accessible and offers adjacent accessible parking. The campfire center includes spaces for wheelchairs.
Stone Creek Campground.  Accessible campsites and no-flush restrooms are available at this campground. No showers are available. The campfire center permits wheelchair access.

Trails
Panorama Point Interpretive Trail.  This is a one-mile loop trail winding through a lovely mixed conifer forest to a panoramic overlook point. The trailhead is in the Stone Creek Campground area of the park near campsite #14, off State Route 243. This trail has panels with many touchable elements and an audio tour (downloadable) that should make it more useful to persons with low vision and others. The audio tour is available for download here: Panorama Point Audio Tour. There are two accessible parking spaces available at the trail entrance and accessible restrooms in the campground.


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For more information: access@parks.ca.gov | Phone: (916) 445-8949 | Fax: (916) 449-8966
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