The Angeles National Forest is located in the south western part of California.
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Welcome to the Angeles National Forest and San Gabriel Mtns. National Monument

The Angeles National Forest offers natural environments, spectacular scenery, developed campgrounds and picnic areas, swimming, fishing, skiing and the solitude of quiet wilderness areas. Trails winding throughout the forest accommodate hikers, equestrians, mountain bikers and off-highway vehicle enthusiasts. Please visit our Visitor Guide for more information.

Image of LA Skyline Ranger Nathan Judy waving Campgrounds are open image of east fork People Hiking West Fork Volunteers clearing a trail

 

 

The San Gabriel Complex

Please see the link below for the latest information regarding the San Gabriel Complex which consists of 2 fires that started on June 20th (the Reservoir Fire and the Fish Fire). Combine acreage for the complex is at 5399 acres (1146 acres for the Reservoir Fire and 4253 acres for the Fish Fire) and containment is currently at 72%. All evacuations for the Complex have been lifted. 857 personnel are currently engaged on these fires including 39 engines, 22 hand-crews, 15 water tenders and 5 bulldozers, 11 helicopters and fixed wing aircraft. Highway 39 remains closed at old San Gabriel Road due to ongoing fire activity, hazards including falling debris and crews performing mop up and patrol operations. You can get ongoing information by visiting: Inciweb

 

San Gabriel Mountains National Monument Plan and Land Management Plan Amendment

The USDA Forest Service has completed portions of an Environmental Assessment for the proposed San Gabriel Mountains National Monument Management Plan. The portions of the document available for public review are Chapter 1, Introduction, and Chapter 2, Proposed Action and Alternatives.

This document is available for public review, but the Forest Service will not respond to any comments on the document at this time. The document is provided in advance of a formal public comment period schedule for July/August 2016, to give the public additional time to review and understand the proposed plan before submitting official comments. The Monument Plan will be adopted as an amendment to the LMP. Please click on the document links below for details on the project.

 

Every Kid in a Park

every kid in a park logoAs part of President Obama’s initiative to get “Every Kid in a Park,” 4th grade classes are eligible to receive reimbursement for transportation costs when visiting the Angeles National Forest and San Gabriel Mountains National Monument. In addition, the Forest Service can provide programming in an outdoor classroom setting for groups of about 100 students. Please click on the map below to find out more about locations and programs available.

[Graphic]:  Map of the Angeles National Forest.  The forest covers 650,000 acres in the San Gabriel
 

 

 

Current Closure Orders and Maps

Forest Fire Restrictions Order 01-16-04

Jackson Lake Closure Order 01-16-03

Eaton Canyon Closure Order 01-16-02

Williamson Rock Closure Order 01-16-01

Regional Closure Order 15-05

Protection of the Arroyo Toad promoted the closure of the Little Rock Recreation Area which extends from Joshua Tree Campground to the north, to Sulphur Springs Campground at the south, east along Alimony Ridge, and west to a point just east of the Desert Marksman permit area. This area will be closed to ALL USE until further notice.

Cabin Fire Closure Legals and Maps

Regional Closure Order 15-04

Features

Forest Service Reduces Wildfire Growth Potential through Prescribed Fire

The Angeles National Forest - San Gabriel Mountains are undertaking a project 5 years in the making.


Monument Transportation Workshop Provides Vital Next Steps

Over 100 people attended the Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG) and the Forest Service held the first collaborative urban “Transportation Workshop” in the Azusa, CA, held On April 28th. Feedback on how to connect the public to the national monument was collectively discussed for implementation in the San Gabriel Mountains National Monument Transportation Plan. This was the first of workshop of many ahead to solicit involvement from community members in the decision making process of the transportation plan. The plan must be finalized by OCT ‘17.


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Spotlights

Field Ranger Program Shines in National Monument

U.S. Forest Service employees are hard-at-work helping citizens learn about and experience the San Gabriel Mountains National Monument.

Forest Planning and Projects

Follow this link for information on Forest Service planning and projects.

 




Information for Home Owners Regarding Restoration and Structure Protection

Follow this link to get information for Home Owners regarding restoration and structure protection.


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