Discover Wrightwood CA.
The Land Of Four Seasons

Wrightwood CA.
The Land Of
Four Seasons

Spring Fling

Saturday, May 4th 2024

Mountaneer Days

July 6th & 7th, 2024


Southern California’s Best Kept Secret!


Wrightwood Chamber of Commerce Sponsored Event Schedule

Shop Local

The town of Wrightwood, California is home to many local independently owned small businesses & home based service providers. These businesses include Ski Resorts, Lodging, Restaurants, Bars, Gift Shops, Financial Planning, Real Estate, Automotive Services, Non-Profits, Local News & Advertising and more.


There are many benefits to joining your local Chamber of Commerce! It is our business to help your business. If you are not a business owner we have a membership for you, too. Becoming a member will give you an opportunity to assist in planning events, share your ideas and concerns, and to get to know your fellow business owners and community.

Volunteer Opportunities

The Chamber of Commerce is an organization composed of volunteers who invest their time in community development & by honoring local traditions. We all work together to improve the economic, civic, and cultural well-being of Wrightwood. Complete your form online to become a Volunteer, today!

Local News

Welcome adventure seekers and those who just need a break from city life & in need of relaxation Wrightwood offers a large selection of activities all four seasons! Discover the many activities our town has to offer for visitors and Wrightwoodians of all ages.

We thank you for making an outstanding contribution for the betterment of Wrightwood.

Tina King

Honorary Mayor Elect

Bruce LaClaire

Wrightwoodian Of The Year

Chamber Board of
Directors & Officers


Janice Quick



Alicia Ureste-Weber

1st Vice President


Tina King

2nd Vice President


Kashawna Berg

Honorary Secretary & Office Manager

image_50736641 (1)

Roy Moore



Renee Merline

Immediate Past President


Ashley Cron


Most businesses in our community are family owned & home based!

“Going local does not mean walling off the outside world. It Means nurturing locally owned businesses which use local resources sustainably, employ local workers at decent wages and serve primarily local consumers. It means becoming more self-sufficient and less dependant on imports. Control moves from the boardrooms of distant corporations and back into the community where it belongs.”  – Michael H. Shuman, author of the book Going Local.


From Los Angeles , Wrightwood is an easy 90-minute drive east along the 10, 60 or 210 freeways to the 15 north. From Orange County & points south, take the 57 to any of the east-west freeways to the 15. Only 3 hours from San Diego & 90 minutes from Barstow or Palm Springs. Wrightwood can be reached without driving on any narrow, twisting mountain roads!