Lost Lake Day Use Area

3 Currently Open [Closes at 06:00 pm]
  • Address: Swarthout Canyon Rd, San Bernardino, CA 92407, USA, United States
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  • Timings: 07:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +1-9093822851
  • Tags: Family And Kids, Lake, Picnic Spot

You will be overjoyed to visit the Lost Lake Day Use Area with your family and friends. The charming Lost Lake is the prime attractions of this place which gets enriched by the water of nearby natural springs. You will be amused to see how a lot of people try their luck to catch fish in this lake though the waterbed is known for not carrying any fish. The idyllic spot gets visited by many birds and thus, a lot of tourists come here to enjoy bird watching also. The Lost Lake Day Use Area is a popular picnic spot too. On the shoreline of the Lost Lake, people enjoy picnicking. You can stay here from dawn to dusk.

How to Reach Lost Lake Day Use Area

  • Rented car / taxi

  • Lost Lake Day Use Area Address: Swarthout Canyon Rd, San Bernardino, CA 92407, USA, United States
  • Lost Lake Day Use Area Contact Number: +1-9093822851
  • Lost Lake Day Use Area Timing: 07:00 am - 06:00 pm
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  • 21.31% of people who visit San Bernardino include Lost Lake Day Use Area in their plan

  • 62.5% of people start their Lost Lake Day Use Area visit around 10 AM - 11 AM

  • People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Lost Lake Day Use Area

Friday, Saturday and Sunday

95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Lost Lake Day Use Area

People normally club together Pillars Of God and Glen Helen Regional Park while planning their visit to Lost Lake Day Use Area.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures

Lost Lake Day Use Area Reviews & Ratings

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  • I can remember the lake having much more foliage around it in prior years. It's now, after nearly going dry forever, much more open. This is a San Andreas sag pond which gets it's water from an underground spring. The water is clear. The lake is not stocked. Vandalism and trash is abundant. Rift raft roam free. Be smart, be safe. That said, we should not let those that harm us or nature win. If you plan to visit help out. Bring a hefty bad and haul out a little mess. If we all do our share and show the County we care maybe others like they county will care for us and improve this site. Isn't that what Forest Adventure Pass fees are collected for?

  • Its was a nice little gem to find unfortunately too many people do not respect mother nature.

  • If you miss the LA life and enjoy looking at people disrespecting mother nature by claiming it's toilet bowls are their property otherwise known as tagging then this is the place for you. Just make sure you equipt yourself with bear mace for the creeps roaming around this place and a crucifix for the restrooms straight out of a horror film. And spoiler alert. There isn't a lake lol.

  • PHENOMENAL little area tucked away in el cajon pass. Gorgeous scenery all around. The lake is not very large but there is a myth that it has no bottom, who knows! Great place for birdwatching. I saw a couple of magnificent red-winged blackbirds.

  • Is it sketchy? Yes, you can’t deny that. If you dare; you could stop by and check it outfit a bit. I wouldn’t want to be there for long. I would like to let people know that about 1 mile north on Swarthout road from lost lake is washed out. You could probably go around it on near by trails but I ended up going through it.

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