Glen Helen Regional Park

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  • The Glen Helen Regional Park sprawls across 1,340 acres of land and is primarily best known for its water features.

    The park lies in the Cajon Pass between the mighty San Bernardino and the San Gabriel Mountains, and as such you will be surrounded by amazing natural beauty on all sides.

    The park itself has a lagoon and waterslides, as well as a zero-depth water playground for everyone to enjoy.

    There are also two lakes here where you can fish for an array of local species including bass, trout, and catfish.

    If you prefer to stay away from the water, the park also houses the San Manual Amphitheater which has an impressive capacity of 65,000 spectators and hosts a huge range of concerts throughout the year.

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