Mount Laguna is part of the 460,00 acre Cleveland National Forest. The Forest is organized in three districts across Southern California. Mt. Laguna is part of the Descanso District. The Cleveland National Forest website has current information about recreation activities, campgrounds, natural history and cultural history of the Mt. Laguna area, road status and forest updates. Click Cleveland National Forest for the website.
Please see the LAGUNA MOUNTAIN menu page for an overview of the Mt. Laguna community including information about restaurants, stores, and organization on the mountain.
Forest Service and the Cabins
The Mt Laguna cabins are leased from the U.S. Forest Service. Cabin permits are granted in 10-year segments and can be renewed. Cabins must remain in compliance with Forest Service regulations regarding cabin appearance, maintenance, and annual brush and debris clearance around the cabin.
Forest Service authorization must be secured prior to taking some actions with your cabin. Please contact the following Forest representative for information regarding cabin construction or improvements, selling or transferring a cabin, and removing hazardous dead trees.
Cabin sale or transfer, construction or improvements; dead or hazardous tree removal
Becky Brand, Special Use Administrator
- Email: email@example.com.
- Phone: (858) 674-2977
- Phone: (619) 445-1725
Cleveland National Forest Administrative Representatives
Will Metz, Forest Supervisor – Cleveland National Forest
10845 Rancho Bernardo Road; San Diego, CA 92127
Phone: (858) 673-6180 Ext. 3082
Bob Heiar, District Ranger – Descanso District
3348 Alpine Boulevard; Alpine, CA 91901