The Shasta-Trinity National Forest is located in the north center part of California.
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Trinity County Resource Advisory Committee Meeting
July 13, 2015

Panther Meadows Campground Host Needed

McCloud Bridge Campground will be closed from 11am June 26 through 3pm on July 3. Open Forest Service campgrounds within 5 miles on the McCloud arm of Shasta Lake include Ellery Creek, Hirz Bay, Moore Creek and Pine Point. Our sincere apologies for the inconvenience. For additional information on these campgrounds and other Shasta-Trinity National Forest campgrounds, please contact the Visitor Center at 530-275-1589.

Fireworks are illegal on public lands: every forest, every campsite, every day.


Shasta and Trinity Resource Advisory Committees Requests Proposals for Secure Rural Schools Title II Funding

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Trinity County Resource Advisory Committee Information

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Shasta County Resource Advisory Committee Information


Visit the Resource Advisory Committee page for more information

Recent News


Travel Management News

The 2014 MVUMs remain in effect. Please help us make the maps better by providing information on the MVUM comment sheet. Comments received will be used in the preparation of a future version of the MVUM.

Free MVUMs showing 5,000+ miles of roads and trails currently open are now available. Public use of routes not on the maps is prohibited starting March 8, 2013. Enjoy your forest!!!


The excitement of being a climbing ranger

Photo of the face of Nick Meyer

Mt. Shasta Lead Climbing Ranger Nick Meyers relishes working with people and the dynamic nature of the job.


Mt. Shasta & Castle Crags Wilderness Climbing Ranger Report - 2014

Search, rescue, public assist = 10

Garbage packed out by rangers = 70 lbs

Warnings issued for failure to pay recreation fee = 10

2015 is International Year of Soils

The Natural Resource Conservation Service has joined groups across the world to celebrate the International Year of Soils in 2015.


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