The Angeles National Forest is located in the south western part of California.
Where is this Forest?

 
Welcome to the Angeles National Forest and San Gabriel Mtns. National Monument

The Angeles National Forest offers natural environments, spectacular scenery, developed campgrounds and picnic areas, swimming, fishing, skiing and the solitude of quiet wilderness areas. Trails winding throughout the forest accommodate hikers, equestrians, mountain bikers and off-highway vehicle enthusiasts. Please visit our recreational activities page for more information.

San Gabriel Mtns. National Monument NewsletterSGMNM Boundary Map Click to visit the San Gabriel Mtns. National Monument

Online California Campfire Permit

If you plan to use anything besides a Forest Service provided fire-ring (i.e. backpack stove) then a CA Campfire Permit is required. Learn More...

Current Closure Orders and Maps

Click Here for the Williamson Rock Area Closure Order Effective 12/15/2015

Jackson Lake Closure;

 

Click Here for the Jackson Lake Closure Order Effective 12/15/2014-3/31/2015

Click Here for the *UPDATED* 10/2014 Powerhouse Fire Closure Order & Map

Click Here  for Mt. Baldy Trail (Commonly Known as Bear Canyon Trail) Closure Order

Click Here for Eaton Canyon Upper Area Closure Order

Click Here for the printable Angeles National Forest Visitor Guide

Recent News


Features

San Bernardino NF Closes Areas due to Impending Weather

Anticipated heavy rainfall and potential flash floods have prompted Forest officials to close popular recreation areas near the Forest Falls community Sunday and Monday.


Grant Awarded for $1.245 Million to Aid in Restoration of Big Tujunga Canyon Wat

The California Wildlife Conservation Board has awarded a grant to the National Forest Foundation for $1.245 million to assist with ecosystem recovery efforts on the Angeles National Forest.


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Spotlights

Littlerock Recreation Area

For more information on the Littlerock Recreation Area including a fee schedule, please follow this link. 

Angeles National Forest Partnership Programs

Penny Pines and Plant-a-Tree are part of the partnership program. They are instrumental in helping the Forest replant burned areas resulting from blazes such as the Station Fire.

 




Forest Planning and Projects

Follow this link for information on Forest Service planning and projects.

Information for Home Owners Regarding Restoration and Structure Protection

Follow this link to get information for Home Owners regarding restoration and structure protection.



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Highlights

Key Contacts

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