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Campfire at Lake Gregory Environmental Education Nature Center

Lake Gregory sits across Lake Gregory Drive from Goodwin's Market
Lake Gregory sits across Lake Gregory Drive from Goodwin's Market
Photo by Tessa Dick

Crestline and Lake Gregory are beginning to offer more activities for children and their families, and many of these events are free and open to the public. “Campfire Time” is offered by Lake Gregory Environmental Education Nature Center, every Tuesday evening at the Nature Center in Crestline, California. The hours are 6:00 – 7:00 p.m (bring your own picnic supper), and 7:00 – 8:00 p.m. (stories, songs, and skit). A fun time will be had by all ages as we watch the stars come out.

A bonus is the free parking, at the San Moritz Lodge, while attending “Campfire Time”. San Moritz Lodge is located on the shore of Lake Gregory on San Moritz Drive in Crestlne, California.

Questions? Please call (909) 589-0243
Ask for Carol Kinzel

Since Lake Gregory Regional Park came under new management, parking fees of $6 have been required. However, this special events offers free parking. For additional news about "Campfire Time", please visit ROTW News and enjoy reading the official announcement.

Lake Gregory is the primary attraction for visitors to Crestline, a summer resort town in the San Bernardino Mountains. Swimming and fishing are the primary activities, plus the lakeside has a water slide and floating playground. The best part of Lake Gregory Regional Park is the ability to get close to nature without venturing far from civilization. The Nature Center helps to educate children and families about the wildlife and the trees and other plants in these mountains. Adults and children will enjoy the presentations, songs and skits.

Crestline offers this and many more safe, fun and educational activities. These mountains have deer, raccoons, squirrels, and the occasional bear or mountain lion. Trees found in Crestline include a variety of oak and pines, as well as incense cedars and the lone survivors of historic apple orchards. The park has well-marked walking paths inside the grounds, as well as a jogging path round the perimeter of the park. It is a great place to visit and get in touch with nature.

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