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The Woodland Trail provides a 1.5-mile interpretive loop ideal for families with small children. Brochures available.

The Woodland Trail is an interpretive trail with 20 posted markers, ideal for families with young children. By picking up a pamphlet at the entrance, hikers can take themselves on a self-guided tour to learn about the botany, wildlife and geology of this unique area, which is described as a dry woodland.

Located on the north side of Big Bear Lake, the trailhead is a 5 minute drive east of the Discovery Center. The free guide is written by Forest Service volunteers and can be picked up at the Big Bear Discovery Center.

Woodland Trail is a nice trail on which to enjoy a picnic.

Directions: From Fawnskin/Big Bear Lake, CA, Travel east on Highway 38 to 0.2 mile before the Stanfield cutoff. The trail begins and ends here.

Difficulty: Easy

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San Bernardino National Forest, California

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