Cuyamaca Rancho State Park sits about 6000 feet high in the Peninsular Mountain Range, some 40 miles east of San Diego. The park is on Highway 79, 5 miles north of I-8 in Descanso. Phone (760) 765-0755 for more information.
All campgrounds are closed seasonally, December through March.
Green Valley Equestrian Campground: Two campsites are accessible (12, 13). The combo restroom/shower building is accessible and a horse mounting platform is available.
Paso Picacho Campground: Five campsites are designated accessible (9A, 21, 53, 60, and 66). The combo restroom/shower building near site 13 and 53 is accessible.
One cabin (Cedar) is accessible and one cabin (Coulter) is generally accessible. The combo restroom/shower building adjacent to these cabins is accessible.
Azalea Glen Loop Trail is accessible for 1.4 miles. The trail surface is gravel and compacted soil. The trailhead is located near the entrance kiosk to the Paso Picacho Campground.
Stonewall Mine Trail is accessible for approximately 0.50 mile. The trail surface is gravel and compacted soil. The trailhead is located at the Stonewall Mine parking area which is located near the southern portion of Lake Cuyamaca.
Accessible restrooms for day-use visitors are located at the trailhead to the Paso Picacho Nature Trail and near the Visitor Center.