Bogart Regional Park

(5) Reviews

$45.00 USD per night, starting at.

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9600 International Park Rd., Cherry Valley, CA, 92223

Beaumont Cherry Valley Recreation and Park District is now managing the beautiful and historic Bogart Regional Park in Cherry Valley, California. Just a few miles up the creek (Noble Creek, to be exact) from our headquarters at the Noble Creek Community Center, Bogart Regional Park boasts hundreds of acres of recreation area, including camping, equestrian trails, hiking, biking and much more!

Last Updated: 05/27/2024


RV Sites

Options Starting Daily Starting Weekly Starting Monthly
Creekside RV Sites $45.00 Choose Your Site
Dry RV Sites $45.00 Choose Your Site
Equestrian RV Sites $45.00 Choose Your Site
Tent Sites

Options Starting Daily Starting Weekly Starting Monthly
Equestrian Tent Sites $45.00 Choose Your Site
Primitive Creekside Tent Sites $45.00 Choose Your Site
Primitive Tent Sites $45.00 Choose Your Site
Group Sites

Please note that when booking the Group Sites under this rate it is a DAY RENTAL ONLY. *If you would like to stay overnight, please select our overnight rate*. Solely for online booking purposes to book Day Use Only - Group Sites, the check-in date will be the *day you would like use of the field/pavilion* and the check-out date will be the following day. Again, you will *not* be staying overnight.

Options Starting Daily Starting Weekly Starting Monthly
Day Use Only - Group Sites $75.00 Choose Your Site
Overnight Camping - Group Sites $144.00 Choose Your Site
Day Use Areas

Please note that when booking the Group Sites under this rate it is a DAY RENTAL ONLY. *If you would like to stay overnight, please select our overnight rate*. Solely for online booking purposes to book Day Use Only - Group Sites, the check-in date will be the *day you would like use of the field/pavilion* and the check-out date will be the following day. Again, you will *not* be staying overnight.

Options Starting Daily Starting Weekly Starting Monthly
Day Use Only - Group Sites $25.00 Choose Your Site

Maximum Length of Stay

The maximum length of stay is (7) nights, which can be consecutive or within a 30 day period, once a camper has stayed the (7) nights, the camper/RV must vacate the campground for a minimum of (10) nights before being able to make a new reservation. Reservations are subject to cancellation if this policy is not followed and fees may be forfeited.

Fire Camp

In the event of a natural disaster Noble Creek Regional Park is one of Riverside County's Fire Camp Bases and animal evacuation centers. The Park can be shut down to the public on very short notice. If you are required to leave the Park due to a sudden park closure by the City of Beaumont or the County of Riverside authorities, you will be relocated or refunded an appropriate (depending on the time of closure) amount of your fees.

Day Use Sites

Please note that when booking the Group Sites under this rate it is a DAY RENTAL ONLY. *If you would like to stay overnight, please select our overnight rate*. Solely for online booking purposes to book Day Use Only - Group Sites, the check-in date will be the *day you would like use of the field/pavilion* and the check-out date will be the following day. Again, you will *not* be staying overnight.

Safety

Campsite Speed limit - 15 mph. Bicycle riders must wear helmets. NO GOLF CARTS, MOTORCYCLES, ATV'S, etc... ALLOWED

Trash

Excessive Trash and/or Trash Digging will be cause for removal of the property without return.

Fire Policy

Build fires only in safe, personal stoves, the grills/fire rings provided in designated picnic or camp sites. NO GROUND FIRES ALLOWED. DO NOT leave campfires unattended

Occupancy

No more than 6 occupancies and 2 vehicles per site. Max stay rule is 14 day period, must vacate for 10 days.

Campsite Regulations

Only camping supplies on camp site, (camping chairs, table, gas stove or BBQ's) NO home furniture allowed. Do not leave site unattended for more than 24 hours.

RV Reservations

RV's must be self-contained, free from leaks, and in working condition. RV's must display Window Permit at all times; and park in designated site. Sharing gate codes with others will NOT be tolerated.

Fireworks and Firearms Policies

NO fireworks. Possession of firearms or their use in the park is illegal.

Natural Surroundings and Artifacts

Flowers, rocks, plants, animals, artifacts, and other park features are not to be removed.

Pet Rules

Pets must be kept on leashes.

Quiet Hours

Quiet time is 10:00pm to 6:00am. All generators and sound equipment must be off.

Cancellations

There is a $10.00 non-refundable fee for administration costs. Cancellations must be made 72 hours in advance to stay or your reservation will not be refunded. If the application is not returned before check-in, the site may not be guaranteed.


Pets Allowed

Hike / Bike Campsites

Fire Ring / Grill

Playground

Picnic Area

Community Restrooms

Dump Station

BBQ/Grill

Fire Pit

Pet Friendly

Picnic Table



Biking

Backpacking

Fishing

Hiking

Horseback Riding

Stargazing

Wildlife Viewing



Pet Friendly





9600 International Park Rd., Cherry Valley, CA, 92223
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Overall Rating: 2.8


Josue Sanchez

1.0
Do not stay overnight!!! Read reviews. Poor job of park monitoring (e.g music blaring past curfew, loud partying) with no one on site. Poor site maintenance of many sites including the one I rented (e.g overgrown grass covering BBQ and fire pit.. Many RV sites not leveled. There are better places for the price you pay near by. They either don’t care or want to maximize their profits at the expense of guest users. There’s a reason why they don’t post many pictures.

Barbara Elswick

1.0
This is a beautiful park, with wonderful views and an amazing playground. However, our experience here was absolutely horrible. We were never sent a gate code and couldn't get into the park. We called the provided number, but didn't receive a response for about two hours. Someone did put in the gate code so that we could at least get to our site. Unfortunately, the site was so steep that we couldn't level out our trailer (yes it was a tent/RV site). I walked to the camp host's site but there wasn't anyone there (no vehicle either). As we still couldn't contact anyone for a new site, we left and stayed with family nearby. We were provided a new site reservation and refunded for the night we didn't stay. The new site was again steep, but we were able to overcome that with a lot of readjustment. From the driveway, the site living space was uphill and quite uneven. We moved the table and just decided to deal with the unsafe walking conditions when going between the trailer and table. The campground is in dire need of some maintenance - to include daily. The toilets in the men's room were overflowing and a huge mess. The dirt driveways are rutted and quite rough. Grass was overgrown. The Upper Loop was an unpleasant experience. It would be most helpful if a camp host was on site at least on weekends. There was a large group of campers on the lower loop (not the group site) who were hooting and hollering way past the posted quiet hours. Again, Bogart Regional Park is very beautiful, but does not provide a pleasant camping experience. A few suggestions would be to have a host on site, to have the contact person answer their phone, and to ensure that every reservation is provided a gate code.

Carmen Quintanilla

3.0
We always love to go to Bogart park for camping. We also go fishing but haven’t caught anything yet. The only problem with this time that we went camping there was some campers that were playing their music till 3 o’clock in the morning and the following day I went up to go tell the security guard, but nobody was there and the following night the same thing, and there was no security guard or anybody in charge that we seen out there when I did called to speak with somebody on the phone I was told that they don’t have no control over the music which is not true because when I have been there before by 10, everything has to put the music down the noise has to calm down so this time I was disappointment and gave you three stars but otherwise I would give you five I would give you a 10 if you had a place to go swimming because it is very beautiful up there .

Mark Little

5.0
Always a great place to relax and fish🎣🐟🏕️

Cindy Stavness

4.0
We had a neighbor in an RV who was pretty inconsiderate and didn’t follow park rules. He blared music from outside speakers even when he was inside the RV. We had to ask him to turn the music off at 11PM, which he did, but then he started splitting wood and built a fire at midnight to cook steaks. His name is Gilbert and we think he was high all weekend. We ended up leaving early because we didn’t want to spend another night next to him. Otherwise, we enjoyed our stay and appreciate all the improvements that are being made to the park👍