IDYLLWILD (CNS) - Some of the national forests in California are now open for limited activity, but neither of the federal preserves in Riverside County are open for anything except official access, rangers said Wednesday.
"We understand how important access to national forests is to our visitors," U.S. Forest Service Pacific Southwest Regional Forester Randy Moore said. "As we evaluate fire and weather conditions on a daily basis, we will continue to make adjustments to ensure safe visitation. Our aim continues to prevent any new fires on the landscape."
Both the Cleveland and San Bernardino National Forests were closed on Sept. 7 because of wildfire danger. Part of the Cleveland National Forest is on the western edge of Riverside County, while one-third of the San Bernardino Nat