Alerts & Notices

Road conditions throughout the Forest can change as quickly as the weather. Snowfall and rainstorms can rapidly and unexpectedly cause dangerous travel conditions. Flash flooding almost always accompanies heavy rains. Never cross flooded washes. For the latest road conditions related to weather, call the appropriate ranger district.

Check the following state and county websites for additional information about road conditions:


  • Parker Lake Area and Road Closures #03-05-05-22-32
  • Douglas Twin Spotted Rattlesnake Closure 03-05-01-22-023 TERMINATED
  • Santa Catalina Ranger District Control Road Closure #03-05-22-029
  • Tonto Canyon Fire Closure Order: 03-05-02-22-028
  • CNF Stage II Fire Restrictions TERMINATED
  • Bear Wallow Closure Order: 03-05-05-22-025
  • Possession of Alcoholic Beverages Order: 03-05-00-22-011
  • Sabino Canyon Closure Order: 03-05-05-22-017

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  • Olson Cabin Closure #03-05-05-22-030
  • Santa Catalina RD Area Closure Order: 03-05-22-012 - SUPERSEDED

Public Notices

14 Day Stay Limit

Camping within the Coronado National Forest is limited to 14 days within 60 days.  Restrictions apply to areas are within the Coronado National Forest, and Cochise, Pima, Santa Cruz, Pinal, and Graham Counties, within the state of Arizona and within Hidalgo County within the state of New Mexico.