The Kaibab National Forest is located in the north center part of Arizonia.
Where is this Forest?

 

Welcome to Kaibab

     The Kaibab National Forest truly offers something for everyone!  If you are anywhere near Northern Arizona, you won't want to miss the chance to visit us!
 

     From canyons to prairies, peaks to plateaus, the Kaibab National Forest offers layers of opportunity for peace, solitude and discovery.

Pine Trees


Big Springs pond reflectionsElk grazing in the forestFlowing water at Big SpringsColorful Aspen trees on Forest Road 612, North Kaibab R.D.Arizona Trail sign at the Grandview Lookout TowerSaddle Mountain - Arizona Trail path with wooden fenceHistoric photo of horse drawn carriages along rim of Grand Canyon in TusayanHistoric Hull Cabin on the Tusayan Ranger DistrictBillowing smoke from the 2014 Sitgreaves Fire

 

 

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Features

Williams Visitor Center Features Unique Photo Collection

Historic Williams overview photo in black and white

The Williams & Forest Service Visitor Center is hosting a display through at least the end of January that features a unique historic photo collection documenting the history of the City of Williams and the surrounding area, including the Kaibab National Forest.


Motor Vehicle Travel Regulations on Kaibab National Forest

Image of Forest Road 307 on the Tusayan Ranger District.

Do you know the rules regarding motor vehicle travel on Kaibab National Forest? Find the Motor Vehicle Use Map and other motorized travel tools for the ranger district you plan to visit. 


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Spotlights

Landscape-Scale Forest Restoration Moves Forward with 4FRI

Trucks loading cut logs on snowy road

The Four Forest Restoration Initiative (4FRI) seeks to restore the structure, pattern and composition of ponderosa pine forests in northern Arizona.

History of Beale Wagon Road Revisited

A wooden post marker on the Beale Wagon Trail

GPS data now available makes the historic trail #61 easier to follow.

 




Bison Management Plan and Environmental Impact Statement

A close-up of a bison on the Kaibab Plateau.

The National Park Service is developing a Bison Management Plan and Environmental Impact Statement with Kaibab National Forest and other cooperators.

Pandora Moth Outbreak

Pandora moth image

An overview of the Pandora Moth outbreak on the North Kaibab. The larvae of the Pandora Moth feed on the foliage of several species of pine trees, including ponderosa pines.



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Fire Danger Level: Low

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