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


Tall aspen trees reach toward the sky Orange plume of smoke from a wildfire Historic Bill Williams Lookout Havasupai Tribal member in ceremonial dress Prehistoric rock art Cataract Lake shoreline Green leaves with sparkling water droplets Elk in velvet in the late spring J.D. Dam



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Personal Use Fuelwood

Fuelwood gathering is a popular activity on Kaibab National Forest.

A permit must be acquired by anyone harvesting any fuelwood on the Kaibab National Forest, except for the rather small amounts used in a campfire and gathered at the campfire site.

Kaibab National Forest To Survey Forest Visitors

A mountain biker coasts through ponderosa pine forest.

The Kaibab National Forest will be surveying forest visitors
from Oct. 1, 2014, through Sept. 30, 2015, in an effort to better understand what recreational sites and facilities they use, how long they stay, and how satisfied they are with their experience.

The survey will provide forest managers with more information about visitors' level of satisfaction and desires for various recreation opportunities so that needs can better be met
in the future.

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Fall Colors in the Forest

Yellow Aspen Trees on the North Kaibab Ranger District

Autumn is a spectacular time of the year to see the beautiful colors Mother Nature has to offer. Come to the Kaibab Forest to appreciate this yearly event.

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: Moderate


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