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Fuller Mill Creek, California

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Managing Agency:

U.S. Forest Service, San Bernardino National Forest


Designated Reach:

March 30, 2009. From the source of Fuller Mill Creek in the San Jacinto Wilderness to its confluence with the North Fork San Jacinto River.


Classification/Mileage:

Scenic — 2.6 miles; Recreational — 0.9 miles; Total — 3.5 miles.

Fuller Mill Creek

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Fuller Mill Creek (U.S. Forest Service)

Photo Credit: Tim Palmer

Fuller Mill Creek

The source of Fuller Mill Creek is on San Jacinto Peak in the Mount San Jacinto State Game Preserve and Wilderness Area. The Pacific Crest National Scenic Area Trail crosses its upper reaches. Above its confluence with the North Fork San Jacinto River is a picnic area and fishing access location. Hike upstream from here to see lovely waterfalls. While there is no camping in the river corridor, there are four campgrounds nearby.

The river supports habitat for many at-risk species, including mountain yellow-legged frogs, California spotted owls, the rubber boa and the San Bernardino flying squirrel.