The Dixie National Forest is located in the south central part of Utah.
Where is this Forest?


The Inyo National Forest was established by proclamation on May 25, 1907 by President Teddy Roosevelt.  Since then Congress has expanded the forest and the associated Wilderness Areas several times.  Today the Inyo encompasses over 2.1 million acres.


Interesting Inyo Facts

Everything you ever wanted to know about the Inyo but didn't know where to look.  Check out these Interesting Inyo Facts and some great historic photos.


Visit our Local Museums and Historic Parks

Mono County Museum  760-932-7004

Bodie State Historic Park  760-647-6445

Old School House Museum 760-647-6461

Devils Postpile National Monument   760-934-2289

Mammoth Ski Museum   760-934-6592

Mammoth Museum -- Hayden Cabin   760-934-6918

Laws Railroad Museum   760-873-5950

Eastern California Museum and Bookstore   760-878-0364

Manzanar National Historic Site   760-878-2194 ext. 2710

Beverly & Jim Rogers Museum of Lone Pine Film History   760-876-9909

Maturango Museum   760-375-6900

Recent News


Utah Greater Sage-Grouse Draft Land Use Plan Amendment and Environmental Impact

Cover page for the Utah Greater Sage-Grouse Draft Environment Impact Statement

On Wednesday, January 29, the 90-day comment period for the Utah Greater Sage-Grouse Draft Land Use Plan Amendment and Environmental Impact Statement closed.

Pine Valley Ranger District Recognized for Accessibility Work

PVRecArea/Riverwalk Trail

In April 2013, the Pine Valley Ranger District, Dixie National Forest, was awarded by the Chief of the Forest Service, Tom Tidwell, for their efforts to integrate accessibility into the Pine Valley Recreation Area.

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Motorized Travel Planning Project Implementation

ATV Trail Riding

As we implement the Motorized Travel Plan, recreationists can expect changes to the roads and trails. Travel outside of the designated system is no longer allowed on the Forest.

Escalante Headwaters Landscape Restoration Strategy

This restoration strategy looks to maintain the cultural and ecological significance of the region while providing economic opportunities that support local rural community employment.