The Stanislaus National Forest is located in the eastern center of California.
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Vista Point on Highway 4 Sonora pass on Highway 108 Spicer Reservoir on the Calaveras Ranger District Image of a Pinecone on the Summit Ranger District Image of Lumsden Campground on the Groveland Ranger District Image of Lake Alpine on the Calaveras Ranger District

Welcome to the Stanislaus National Forest, where you can fish in over 800 miles of rivers and streams, stay in a campground, or hike into the backcountry seeking pristine solitude.   Read more...

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The Stanislaus National Forest Solicits Campground Concessionaire:
Click here for the Campground Concessions Prospectus or click here to read the interest letter. For site visits click here


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Rebuilding Berkeley Organization Camp

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The Forest and City of Berkeley are working in partnership to begin the Special Use Permit process to rebuild the Berkeley Tuolumne Camp, an organization camp destroyed by the 2013 Rim Fire.

Travel Management Rule


The Stanislaus National Forest  is actively engaged in management of its transportation system. The objectives of transportation planning are to...


Rim Reforestation Proposed Action

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The Forest is now requesting public comment on the Rim Fire Reforestation proposal... 

Resource Advisory Committee Title II Project Proposals

An ounce of fire prevention is worth millions of dollars of cure.

The Tuolumne-Mariposa Counties Resource Advisory Committee (RAC) is accepting project proposal funding requests through July 31.

Fire Danger Level: Very High