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

 

Snowy Dogtown road going into Dogtown CampgroundElk 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 Hull Cabin on the Tusayan Ranger District

 

 

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Archaeology Comes Alive In March!

Youth Conservation Corps students GPS and re-build cairns on Overland Trail

Join the Kaibab National Forest in March in Williams, Ariz., for archaeology month lectures on Thursdays and for hikes to view the Keyhole Sink petroglyphs on Saturdays. All events are free and guaranteed to be not only fascinating but also fun! See flyer for more details.


Visitor center hosts “Kaibab National Forest, A Historic Snap Shot” display

Cataract Lake with snow

The Williams Visitor Center is hosting a showing of historical images, maps and documents of the Kaibab National Forest from the late 1880s to 1960 as part of the “Kaibab National Forest, A Historic Snap Shot” visual display, which will be available for public viewing through this summer.


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Spotlights

Seasonal Summer Jobs on the Kaibab NF

Four photos of seasonal employees

January 5, 2016 the USDA Forest Service starts its annual hiring of qualified applicants for the 2016 temporary seasonal & summer positions for recreation, range, timber, fire plus more!

Kaibab NF Supervisor Highlights Bill Williams Mtn. Project on Regional TV Show

Heather Provencio headshot

Forest Supervisor Heather Provencio appeared on County Wide to explain the importance of the 15,000+ acre project to improve forest health and protect the City of Williams.

 




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.

Keeping Fire on the Ground

The Belknap Fire was a lightning caused fire that was managed for multiple objectives near Tusayan.

This new informational video explains the importance of wildland fire to the Kaibab NF from the perspectives of various natural and cultural resource specialists.



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Fire Danger Level: Low

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