About Idyllwild-Pine Cove
The Idyllwild area encompasses the Pine Cove neighborhood, which sits on a ridgetop about 1,000 feet higher than Idyllwild proper (a couple of miles down the road). Pack a picnic and bring it out to Pine Cove County Park, or make the short drive to Mount San Jacinto State Park, which is full of beautiful trails. In the winter, Pine Cove and its surroundings turn into a snow-coated wonderland, and while there’s no skiing, there’s plenty of Nordic skiing, snowshoeing, and sledding to go around.
Folks come to Idyllwild-Pine Cove to experience the serenity of nature, and it’s a popular weekend getaway from Los Angeles, just a two-hour drive away. Whether you’re fishing on Lake Hemet, hiking in Humber Park, or strolling around the shops and cafes of Idyllwild’s town center, you’ll be glad you have a comfortable home base at a Pine Cove cabin rental.