Hume Lake Ranger District, Abbott Creek Camping Area, Aspen Hollow Group Campground, Big Meadow Cabin, Big Meadow Campground, Big Meadow Trailhead, Big Meadow Winter Trailhead, Boole Tree, Boole Tree Trailhead, Boyden Cavern, Buck Rock Campground, Buck Rock Lookout, Camp 4 1/2 Cabin, Camp 4 Campground, Cedarbrook Picnic Area, Cherry Gap OHV Staging Area, Cherry Gap Winter Trailhead, Chicago Stump Trailhead, Converse Basin Grove, Convict Flat Campground, Cove Group Campground, Deer Cove Trailhead, Deer Meadow Trailhead, Delilah Lookout, Dunlap Vista, Eastern Big Meadow Road Camping Area, Eshom Campground, Eshom Point OHV Staging Area, Fir Group Campground, Goodmill Day Use Area, Green Cabin Flat Campground, Grizzly Falls Picnic Area, Grouse Meadow Camping Area, Horse Camp Campground, Hume Lake Boat Launch (east dam), Hume Lake Campground, Hume Lake Day Use Area, Hume Lake Fishing Pier (north), Hume Lake Fishing Pier (south), Hume Lake Ranger Station, Hume Lake Trailhead, Indian Basin Grove, Indian Basin Trailhead, Junction View, Kennedy Meadows Trailhead, Landslide Campground, Little Boulder Grove Trailhead (East), Little Boulder Grove Trailhead (West), Logger Flat Group Campground, Lookout Peak Trailhead, Marble Mountain View, Marvin Pass Trailhead, McGee Overlook, Mill Flat Campground, Millwood OHV Staging Area, Powder Can Picnic Area, Princess Campground, Quail Flat Winter Trailhead, Rowell Meadow Trailhead, Sandy Cove Day Use Area, Stony Creek Campground, Stony Creek Trailhead, Tenmile Campground, Tenmile Road Camping Area, Upper Stony Creek Campground, Upper Stony Creek Day Use Area, Upper Woodward OHV Staging Area, Upper Woodward Winter Trailhead, Western Big Meadow Road Camping Area, Yucca Point Trailhead, Jennie Lakes Wilderness, Monarch Wilderness
Date(s): Aug 14, 2015
Most of the Hume Lake Ranger District is closed including the Monarch Wilderness and Jennie Lakes Wildernessdue to the Rough Fire:
In response to the increasing high fire danger, the Sequoia National Forest, Tule River Reservation, and Bureau of Land Management (BLM) within the Bakersfield Field Office announced an Interagency Declaration to impose fire restrictions for all Federal and State protected lands within Fresno, Tulare, and Kern Counties. Beginning July 6, and until further notice, the following restrictions will be in effect: NO Campfires, briquette barbecues, warming fires, stove fires will be allowed on national forest land, even with a valid California Fire Permit. Smoking is banned except in an enclosed vehicle, building or a developed recreation site. Lanterns and portable stoves using gas, jellied petroleum or pressurized liquid fuel are allowed only with a valid California Campfire Permit available from Forest Service offices during business hours and at www.preventwildfireca.org/Campfire-Permit.