Blue Jay, California was named for blue birds native to this area. However, the birds were actually Steller’s jays, not the blue jays the founders were more familiar with. This town is considered the entertainment town of the surrounding area and hosts a jazz festival and Christmas parade. It’s located within the San Bernardino National Forest which contains give wilderness areas and 823,816 acres waiting to be explored. Glampers can go hiking or mountain biking among the Ponderosa pines. Notable features are the Native American caves and pictographs, as well as Big Falls and Bonita Falls, the two tallest waterfalls in southern California. Lake Arrowhead provides a great place for boating, fishing, and swimming in the summer. Head to Blue Jay, California for an epic outdoor adventure.
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