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Ozena Campground-CLOSED
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Ozena Campground-CLOSED, California
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FIRE RESTRICTIONS: This site is under Stage III wildlife restrictions.

Description: Campground is closed indefinitely. Call the ranger district for updates. 3600-foot elevation. 12 campsites near the northern border of the Sespe Wilderness. Hiking trailheads are a short drive away at Ozenz Ranger Station or Reyes Campground.

Location: From Taft, go 8 miles south on CA 33, and continue 13 miles south on CA 33/CA 166. Turn south to stay on CA 33 and go 20 miles, then 1.5 miles east on Lockwood Valley Road.

Address: Mount Pinos Ranger District
Los Padres National Forest
34580 Lockwood Valley Rd.
Frazier Park, CA  93225
Phone: 661-245-3731

Season: year round

Fee: Adventure Pass or federal passes required

Reservations: NO
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Notes: Maximum RV length 16 feet. Adventure Pass required to park anywhere in the Mount Pinos Ranger District. Any kind of open flame use, including use of camp stoves or smoking, requires a free Campfire Permit from the ranger station.
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