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Mt. Laguna's geography is unique in all the world. It is only one hour to the sunny beaches of the Pacific Ocean, and just forty-five minutes to the dry heat of the Anza Borrego Desert. At the peak, elevations reach 6273 feet above sea level. The variety of terrain ranges from grassy meadows with small lakes, deep & lush forest areas, to desert peaks on the east rim.

Enjoying the outdoors are what Mt. Laguna is about with hiking, cycling & enjoying the array of mountain roads & trails.  The Lodge features a swing set, horseshoe pit & shuffleboard.  In the winter, cross country skiing, sledding & snow fun abounds!


The views from Mt. Laguna are spectacular! Enjoy the eastern views which span to the Salton Sea & drop 2000 ft. down shear cliffs to the Anza Borrego Desert. To the west, on clear days, the city of San Diego, as well as the Pacific Ocean, can be seen from roadway turnouts & mountain hillside trials.  Don't forget to bring your camera!

Come and look for wildlife: deer, raccoons, squirrels, large assortments of birds, bobcats, turkey, coyotes, chipmunks and lots more.


Activity & Area Links

Pacific Crest Trail
San Diego Mountain Biking Association
Nobel Canyon Mountin Bike Ride Guide

Cleveland National Forest

Laguna Mountain Volunteer Association
Mt. Laguna Improvement Association
Mt. Laguna Fire Station 49

Photo Credits - Thanks to ALL who contributed images for our website!
John McCormic, Joshua D'Antoni, Karen Maxted, Christina Kelley-Mumford, Engin Kaplan,
Betty Davis Connor, Bret Brennan, Shawn Reynante, John, Carmen & Cori McWay, Bruce Huff


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The Laguna Mountain Lodge has been owned & operated by the Sada/McWay family since 1975
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Laguna Mountain Lodge is Operated under a Special Use Permit with the U.S. Forest Service.

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USDA, Director, Office of Civil Rights
Room 326-W, Whitten Building
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Washington, DC 20250-9410
or call (202) 720-5964 (voice and TDD)