Adventure Outdoor Resorts
PO Box 430
Gunnison Colorado 81230
800-934-3443
AOR
Halo Resorts Fisherman\'s Retreat
California
32300 San Timoteo Canyon Road
Redlands
California
92373
(909) 795–0171

Open: Year-round

Peak Dates: December 1 through March 31

Fisherman’s Retreat is well secluded in the midst of the beautiful San Timoteo Canyon. With 340 acres that range from flat grassy meadows to scenic hiking hills with deer, squirrels, and over 300 types of birds, the resort also boasts three man-made lakes stocked with catfish, bass, and trout for year-round fishing.

 

The crown jewels of this area’s recreational attractions are the mountain resorts of Lake Arrowhead and Big Bear Lake. Both are within an hour’s drive from the resort, yet are a world away from the life in the valleys. Pine forests, hidden lakes, fabulous vistas, and a range of attractions make this area a vacation wonderland.

 

Lake Arrowhead is situated in a breathtaking alpine setting. Crisp, cool air and vivid blue skies attract visitors who come to enjoy the water sports, walk the shoreline, or browse in a cluster of shops.

Amenities: This resort provides visitors a community recreational building, swimming pool, Jacuzzi, three fishing lakes, grocery store, baseball diamond, cafe, and craft cabin.

Check-in: Anytime

Full Sites: 189

Max Electrical: 50 amps

Max RV Length:

Rental Park Models: Yes

Rental Check-in: 1:00 pm

Rental Check-out: 11:00 am

Rental Mim Stay: 3 nights on holiday periods.

Notes: A deposit of one night’s rate is required. Reservations taken up to 30 days in advance. Linens not provided. Visitor mail not accepted.

Trailers, sleep 4-7.

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33.969765

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Directions: From I-10 east from San Bernardino, take Live Oak Canyon Road. Turn left and go approximately 10 miles to resort. From Hwy. 60 east to I-10, take Beaumont Ave. Exit and proceed north 10 miles to the resort.

Fisherman’s Retreat is well secluded in the midst of the beautiful San Timoteo Canyon.     With 340 acres that range from flat grassy meadows to scenic hiking hills with deer, squirrels, and over 300 types of birds, the resort also boasts three man-made lakes stocked with catfish, bass, and trout for year-round fishing.     

 

The crown jewels of this area’s recreational attractions are the mountain resorts of Lake Arrowhead and Big Bear Lake. Both are within an hour’s drive from the resort, yet are a world away from the life in the valleys. Pine forests, hidden lakes, fabulous vistas, and a range of attractions make this area a vacation wonderland.     

 

Lake Arrowhead is situated in a breathtaking alpine setting. Crisp, cool air and vivid blue skies attract visitors who come to enjoy the water sports, walk the shoreline, or browse in a cluster of shops. Farther to the east lies Big Bear Lake, the largest mountain lake in Southern California, famous for its alpine setting and abundant opportunities for outdoor recreation.     

 

Nearby Redlands, a college town with a wealth of history, offers beautifully restored Victorian mansions and tree-lined streets. The University of Redlands hosts such cultural activities as concerts, ballets, and operas. The city is also home to the San Bernardino Assistencia. Built around 1830 as a branch of the San Gabriel Mission and now restored to its original state, the Assistencia contains a museum that offers insight into mission and ranch life in the 1840’s.     

 

Los Angeles, Disneyland, Knotts Berry Farm, and the Pacific Coast beaches are all about a 90-minute drive from the resort.     T

 

o the south is the city of Palm Springs and the many other small desert communities and golf courses that flourish in this vacation mecca.