Know Before You Go

Know Before You GoThe Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest welcomes you to explore, enjoy, and make positive memories from your outdoor experiences on National Forest System (NFS) lands. Please remember these are wide-open spaces and wildlands. Plan ahead, be aware of potential hazards, and make sure you check out the following conditions before you head out…

 

Current Fire Information

As fire danger increases, check Alerts & Notices page or contact the Ranger District office near the location you want to visit for current fire information and restrictions that may have been put in place to reduce the risk of a wildfire. Click here for additional fire information resources.

 

Livestock in the Forests - Weed-Free Feed is Required

As part of a larger effort to reduce invasive species, the Forest Service requires all hay, straw, or pellets used on NFS lands to be certified as weed free (Intermountain Regional Order Number: 04-00-097). Click here for a list of Nevada certified weed free forage producers.

 

Recreational Shooting

Recreational shooting on NFS lands is allowed unless a specific area has been closed to the activity because it jeopardizes public safety. Information about closures is available at each Ranger District office. There are no designated recreation target shooting areas on the Forest. Click here to learn how recreational shooting can be done safely and with respect to the land.

 

Recreation Site Conditions

Please check our recreation page for trip planning information or contact the ranger district office near the location you want to visit for current information.

 

Road and Trail Conditions

Before heading out into the forest, check out road and trail conditions. Various Forest roads and trails accessibility depend on the time of year and the weather.

 

Safety Around Marijuana Grow Sites

Growing marijuana on public lands is illegal, but hidden marijuana grow sites are becoming more common. Marijuana production on NFS lands poses substantial risks to employees, public, and environment. Come across a mariguana garden, click here to learn how to stay safe.

 

Travel Information

Weather conditions can change quickly and road conditions vary based on weather and road construction activity, so please review current travel information before visiting the Forest.



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