Welcome to the
Kootenai National Forest
The Kootenai National Forest is located in the Northwest corner of Montana and the Northeast corner of Idaho on the Canadian border. Providing abundant recreation and a wealth of natural resources, the Kootenai is a perfect place to relax and enjoy your National Forests!
2015 Fire Information
Stage II Fire Restrictions are in effect as of 0001 a.m. Mountain Daylight Time on Thursday, August 20, 2015 and will remain in effect until rescinded.
Upcoming Public Meetings
- The Clark Fork Complex - Includes the Scotchman Peak, Sawtooth, Napoleon, and Government Fires among others:
- New - There is a public meeting scheduled for Wednesday, September 2, at 1830 at the Clark Fork High School.
- Northeast Kootenai Complex - Eureka area fires, including the Marston, Sunday, and Barnaby fires:
- New - There is a public meeting scheduled for Wednesday, September 2, at 1900 at the Trego Civic Center..
The following information is categorized by the large complex fires on the Kootenai. Information is from the InciWeb website.
Large Complex Fires Generalized Location (not fire perimeters) Map
Northeast Kootenai Complex
Includes the Eureka area fires, including the Marston, Sunday, and Barnaby fires.
Clark Fork Complex
Includes the Bull River area fires, including Sawtooth, Hamilton, Napoleon, Star Gulch, and Government fires.
Goat Rock Complex
Includes the Cabinet Mountains Wilderness fires, including Klatawa, Berray, Poplar Point, Chippewa, and Vimy.
Other Fire Information Websites