Pilot Rock Conservation Camp #15
P.O. Box 10, Crestline, CA 92325
2020 Camp Statistics
CDCR Staff: 8
Total number of inmates: 39
Total inmate capacity: 80
- Upholstery and canvas items
- Fire hose packs and fire curtains
Community Service Projects
Pilot Rock crews have done extensive work with the Bark Beetle infestation eradication project in the communities of Running Springs, Lake Arrowhead, Crestline, Wrightwood and surrounding communities. Crews regularly work on projects with the U.S. Forest Service, the San Bernardino County Flood Control, CAL TRANS and nearby communities. Projects include work such as weed abatement, falling dead trees, clearance of waterways and general clean-up work.
Pilot Rock Conservation Camp, under the administrative supervision of Sierra Conservation Center (SCC), was constructed in 1959. The primary mission of the camp is to provide inmate fire crews for fire suppression principally in San Bernardino County. In addition to fire suppression, inmate hand crews provide a work force for conservation and community service projects. CAL FIRE in-camp projects include upholstery/canvas shop, vehicle maintenance shop and cabinet/wood shop. Products are provided to local tax supported governmental agencies.
- Narcotics Anonymous meetings
- Inmate hobby craft
- Religious services
- Education programs for high school diplomas and community college programs.
- Chainsaw and tree felling classes.