Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests Recreational Sport Shooting Project

Check out the new interactive map published for the Recreational Sport Shooting Project.

 Learn more about the proposed Forest Plan Management Direction for recreational sport shooting activities on National Forest System lands in Boulder, Clear Creek, Gilpin, Grand, Jefferson, Larimer and Park counties.  

Flood Recovery Information

Due to the September 2013 flood, the Arapaho and Roosevelt NFs and Pawnee NG officials have closed some roads, trails, and facilities on the Boulder and Canyon Lakes ranger districts.  Check our Flood Recovery page for closure details and information about the ARP's  response and progress.

Recreational Sport Shooting Management Partnership Virtual Meeting

 Learn more about the Northern Front Range Recreational Sport Shooting Management Partnership. The Partnership includes Boulder, Clear Creek, Gilpin and Larimer counties; Colorado Parks and Wildlife and the Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests. Watch the video of the April 13 Virtual meeting.

2013 ARP Accomplishment Report

This report provides highlights of our accomplishments in 2013. The 2014 Accomplishment Report should be available late Spring 2015. We hope you enjoy this issue and seeing these accomplishments as you visit the forest and grassland.

Like us on Facebook

The Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests and Pawnee National Grassland are thrilled to announce that we now have a Facebook page in partnership with the National Forest Foundation.  This will be a great way to look for updates about your favorite places to visit the Forest near Fort Collins, Boulder, Nederland, Evergreen, Idaho Springs, Winter Park and Grand Lake. We will also share photos and volunteer opportunities through this site, as well as information about projects and events. Please “like” our page today and help spread the word: https://www.facebook.com/usfsarp.

Plan Your Trip For Safety

In mountain pine beetle forests, Use these 10 steps to plan your trip for safety.  Don't forget to watch out for falling trees.