By CBSLA Staff

ANGELES NATIONAL FOREST (CBSLA) — Several campgrounds in the Angeles National Forest will be closed until further notice due to a lack of trash service.

Just ahead of the Labor Day holiday weekend, forest officials said Horse Flats, Bandido, Coulter Group, Meadow Group, Chilao-Little Pine, Chilao-Manzanita, and Monte Cristo campgrounds would be closed and group campground reservations would be canceled.

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The closures are due to a lack of trash service, according to the U.S. Forest Service, which says they are trying to restore service as soon as possible.

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People visiting those areas were urged to take all their trash with them, especially to keep from attracting bears.

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A large portion of the Angeles National Forest, including areas bordering several of the closed campgrounds, remains off limits to visitors because they were heavily burned by last year’s Bobcat Fire.