Southern california Camp

Pilgrim Pines is located in the San Bernardino Mountains near Oak Glen, CA. The site sits on 151 acres of cedar, oak and pine woodlands, making it a rare and remarkable outdoor getaway where kids can discover, explore and learn about nature in Southern California. It features clean comfortable cabins with separate teacher housing, healthy plentiful meals served in a spacious dining hall, basketball courts, challenge course, miles of hiking trails, and diverse natural areas for exploring the outdoors and learning about the web of life.



Camp Details

Address: 39570 Glen Road, Yucaipa, CA 92399

Environment: Cedar, oak and pine woodlands.

Contact: To reach a teacher, student, or staff member during their program at Camp Pilgrim Pines, call (831) 338-8018. In case of an emergency after regular office hours, call the site director at (909) 797-1821.

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camp pilgrim pines Facilities


19 cabins in three cabin areas, each with 12 beds, for a total group allowance of 228. Each cabin has 2 half baths. Three shower facilities are centrally located in each cabin area.


Homemade meals served buffet style by WOLF School’s friendly staff in a spacious dining room, with adjacent, covered outdoor deck.


program space

Dining Hall, 5 Indoor Lodges, Junior Campfire, Outdoor Amphitheater


Miles of Hiking Trails, Stone Labyrinth, Low Ropes Challenge Course, Basketball & Volleyball Courts


Camp Pilgrim Pines is managed by United Camps, Conferences and Retreats (UCCR), a private 501(c)(3) non-profit camp and conference management organization with the mission of “creating partnerships to provide positive life-changing experiences.” As the educational component of UCCR, WOLF School is provided use of UCCR properties and facilities, allowing us the ability to offer our programs at professionally-managed campuses throughout California and maintain our focus where it matters most: on our students and their outdoor learning adventure.

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