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.
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