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San Bernardino Mountains Land Trust
Nonprofit Organization 501(C)(3)
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Restore Arrowhead Ridge

Arrowhead Ridge...a Major Scenic and Wildlife Area and Last Remaining Open Space in the Center of Lake Arrowhead, California.


The site was public land until 1988 when the United States Forest Service traded it away. In 2007, large earth moving machines began construction on the site, removing trees, paving roads and building concrete embankments.


Arrowhead Ridge, an 80-acre site was rescued by the San Bernardino Mountains Land Trust in April 2011, with a vision to return the site to the public after the development project went into foreclosure.

You can help us ensure the survival of Arrowhead Ridge, its scenic forest land and wildlife habitat and create a public recreation area that enriches and restores the human spirit – now and for future generations.

Leave a legacy for your children and grandchildren….your gift can make a lasting difference to help restore and preserve the beautiful and last remaining large forest open space in Lake Arrowhead, California.

You may Adopt A Piece of Arrowhead Ridge  and help us restore the disturbed 20 acres of forest and preserve the 60 acres of pristine forest land.

Individuals, Organizations, Schools, On Your Own, As A Group, We Welcome Your Gift of Funding or Time Volunteering.

When you give to the Restore Arrowhead Ridge Campaign, we identify key conservation strategies and projects to ensure the lasting protection of the open space and the wildlife habitat. Some of these strategies and projects include:

  • restoring the natural slopes and streams

  • filling in retention basins

  • screening retaining walls 

  • removing remaining debris

  • converting paved roads to walking trails


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