The Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest is located in the center and western center part of Nevada and eastern center part of California.
Where is this Forest?

 

Image: Welcome to the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest

The Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest's spectacular 6.3 million acres makes it the largest national forest in the lower 48 states. Located in Nevada and a small portion of eastern California, the Forest offers year-round recreation of all types.

 

Buck Creek Canyon Jarbidge Ranger DistrictBull Elk on Cold Creek, Spring Mountains National Recreation AreaFritillary butterfly, Jarbidge WildernessCorn Lily, Mountain City Ranger DistrictSpring Bloom on Duck Creek, Ely Ranger DistrictEarly spring, East side of the Ruby MountainsJoshua Tree Bloom, Spring Mountains National Recreation AreaSpring comes to Mountain City DistrictRuby Mountains illuminated by alpenglow

 

Top Things People Want to Know

G E T   A C T I V E . . . B E   P R E P A R E D . . .
Go Camping! Link to camping information on the forest. Got a Map? Link to available maps for the forest.
Go Hiking! Link to hiking opportunities on the forest. Need a Recreation Pass? Link to information on various passes available for standard amenity fee sit

Visitors are responsible for learning about any restrictions before heading out to enjoy their national forests. Check with the local ranger station concerning fire restrictions involving campfires, smoking, ammunition, etc. as well as other forest conditions.

Recent News


Features

Forest Publishes Bi-State Sage-grouse Record of Decision

Bi-State Sage-grouse

The Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest announced its final plan to conserve, enhance, and restore sagebrush and associated habitats to provide for the long-term viability of a small but distinct population of greater sage-grouse on public lands in Nevada and California. The recently released Bi-State Sage-grouse (BSSG) Record of Decision (ROD), which provides consistent management direction across the Forest, describes amendments to the Toiyabe National Forest land management plan.


Pine Nut Season: Be Safe and Know the Regulations

Pine Nuts Gather

The 2016 pine nut harvest season kicks off on lands managed by the Nevada Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest. Both agencies are working together to ensure the public is safely harvesting pine nuts and aware of the regulations. The length of the pine nut harvest season varies depending on crop quality and seasonal weather conditions. It is generally September to late October when pine nuts are still available for harvest.


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Spotlights

Illegal Dumping A Serious Problem

Car Dumped in Kiowa Pond

Dumping destroys the natural beauty and habitat of National Forest System (NFS) lands and discourages people from visiting areas where dumping is occurring.

Gathering For Our Mountains Event with Southern Paiute Tribes

Pinyon Pine

The Spring Mountains National Recreation Area welcomed members of the Nuwuvi Southern Paiute Tribes back to their ancestral homeland at the Sixth Annual Gathering for Our Mountains.

 




Veterans Group Helps Maintain Trail on Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest

Team Red, White, and Blue

Friends of Nevada Wilderness staff and nine volunteers from Team Red, White, and Blue conduct a trail work project on the Forest.

Forest Leadership Attend Traditional Ecological Knowledge Summit

Traditional Ecological Knowledge Summit

The Nevada Indian Commission in conjunction with the Bi-State Sage Grouse Executive Oversight Committee hosted a three day Traditional Ecological Knowledge Summit.



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