Alerts & Notices


Closures & Regulations

Forest Orders GraphicVisitors to the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest are asked to follow certain rules designed to protect the Forest and natural resources, provide for public safety, and set limits on use and occupancy of facilities. Please take few minutes to review these current Forest Orders.

What to Know Before Heading to the Forest

Tent CampingBefore embarking on an outdoor adventure, please view these collection of resources that help visitors make sure they are prepared for their visit to the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest. Also, learn about bear safety, pet etiquette, Leave No Trace principles, etc.

Road & Trail Conditions

Dog Valley RoadThe Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest manages over 5,000 miles of roads, and over 1,600 miles of motorized and 1,900 miles of non-motorized trails. Before visiting the forest check road and trail status. Be aware this information is subject to change daily.

Current Fire Restrictions

Fire RestrictionsThe Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest uses fire restrictions to help prevent unwanted, human-caused fires and to limit the exposure of visitors during periods of potentially dangerous fire conditions. Stay informed on what fire restrictions are in place.

California Campfire Permits

Campfire PhotoPortions of the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest are in California. Visitors will need to obtain a California Campfire Permit if they plan to build a campfire or use a barbecue or stove, unless in a developed recreation area.

Fire Information Resources

2020 Poeville Fire near Reno, NevadaThe Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest and its wildfire response partners work to ensure the public receive accurate information as quickly as possible. Here is a list of resources that provides current fire information.