Thursday, 15 December 2016
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Los Padres National Forest officials today announced seasonal road closures on the Mount Pinos Ranger District in preparation for inclement weather. Effective Wednesday, December 14 the following campgrounds, roads and OHV trail systems will close to protect public safety and road conditions. Closures will remain in effect throughout the period of wet weather and until crews are able to safely assess the surface conditions.


  • Chucupate Campground
  • Dutchman Campground
  • Campo Alto
  • Cherry Creek
  • Plieto Creek
  • Marian
  • Cedar Creek
  • Cottonwood
  • Fishbowls
  • Halfmoon
  • Little Mutau 
  • Pine Springs
  • Salt Creek
  • Sunset
  • Thorn Meadows
  • McGill Campground
  • McGill Group Campground
  • Mt. Pinos Campground


  • Frazier Mountain Road up to Frazier Mountain
  • Alamo Mountain Road
  • Cerro Noroeste
  • Grade Valley Road
  • Scott Russell Road
  • San Emigdio Road (Marian, Caballo)
  • West Tecuya Road
  • Marian Road
  • Lockwood Creek Road
  • Caballo Road
  • Edison Road
  • Santa Barbara Canyon Road
  • Rancho Nuevo Road
  • Tinta Road


  • (101) Tinta Trail
  • (111) Pleito Creek Trail
  • (112) Salt Creek Trail
  • (113) Cherry Creek Trail
  • (114) West Tecuya Trail
  • (115) Tecuya Timber Sale Route
  • (116) Coldsprings Trail
  • (117) East Tecuya Trail; Johnson Ridge Road (aka Edison Road)
  • (118) West Frazier Mine Road
  • (119) West Frazier Tie Road
  • (120) East Frazier Trail
  • (121) Arrastra
  • (122) Tejon
  • (123) Long Dave
  • (124) Gold Hill
  • (125) Cottonwood Trail
  • (126) Yellowjacket Trail
  • (127) Lockwood Creek Trail
  • (128) Piru
  • (129)  Miller Jeep Trail 
  • (130) Snowy
  • (131) Whata
  • (132) Halfmoon Trail

Members of the public are reminded that they should always call ahead to the district office for the latest conditions and consult the National Weather Service for current weather forecasts. For more information, call the Mount Pinos District Office at (661) 245-3731.           

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