Alerts & Notices

It important to review the information provided on the Alerts & Notices page before recreating on the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest. Knowing Forest Orders, current conditions, and alerts and closures prepares visitors for a pleasurable outdoor experience with no surprises! This web page provides rules and regulations, safety tips, road and trail conditions, fire restrictions,California campfire permit information, fire infornation resources, and alerts and closures. 

  • Closures & Regulations

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    It is important for all visitors to know what forest orders or closures are in place on the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest to protect natural resources and provide for public safety.

  • Know Before You Go - Safety Tips

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    Before embarking on an outdoor adventure, please view this collection of resources that help visitors prepared for their visit to the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest.

  • Road & Trail Conditions

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    The Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest manages over 5,000 miles of roads, over 1,600 miles of motorized trails, and 1,900 miles of non-motorized trails. Before visiting the forest check road and trail status. 

  • Current Fire Restrictions

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    Some activities in the great outdoors are not allowed to prevent human-caused fires. Before heading to the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest, visitors need to check what fire restrictios are in place.

  • California Campfire Permits

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    Portions 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 a stove.

  • Fire Information Resources

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    The Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest and its wildfire response partners work to ensure the public receives accurate information. Here is a list of resources that provides current fire information.

Alerts


  • Few Dispersed Camping Sites Closed Along Blue Lakes Road
  • DELAYED: Lamoille Canyon Road Closed While Sections are Rebuil
  • Peavine Creek Campground on the Austin-Tonopah Ranger District Closed
  • All Ranger Districts (except Ely) in Stage 1 Fire Restrictions

Closures


  • Critical Few Dispersed Camping Sites Closed Along Blue Lakes Road
  • Critical Peavine Creek Campground on the Austin-Tonopah Ranger District Closed