Apache Pass is recognized by National Park Service but Privately owned 1,000 acre contiguous farm / ranch with 2.7 mi of San Gabriel river frontage north and south shores. Steakhouse, Icehouse, 2 Rv parks, Shower stalls in park, Airfield on grounds, 24 hr walmart 10 mi., on a national historic trail and lots of room for boondockers. Special September introductory offer: 2 day golf cart rental $25 / day regular $75/ day (Limited with 3 day advanced booking required)
Fb: Apache Pass
typical park stuff
Large open park areas on very level grounds
Large areas in park for parking.
pretty much open year round other than Memorial day weekend when the whole park is booked
Numerous shows here like "the lightfest" in October / Radio controlled airplanes - helicopters and much more see Apache Pass on Fb or apachepass.com
Was hoping to camp in the dry camp area by the river, but guess there was a mixup and all that was available was in their RV Park. I stayed there but had to pay a fee. So I took advantage of the hookups and dumped my tanks, filled with water and used my air conditioner. I’ll go back, but will make sure I get on the actual Apache Pass dry camping!
We stayed overnight. Remote quiet spot with electric hookup. No AT&T phone service though, so no communication with outside world for us. Kinda liked that.