About the Six Rivers National Forest

Six Rivers National Forest Where Adventure Awaits

Mountainous land and iconic rivers abound from the California-Oregon border south to Mendocino County comprising almost 1 million acres of diverse ecosystems and landscapes.

Visit the Six Rivers National Forest


  • Employment Opportunities

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    Are you interested in a career with the U.S. Forest Service? The Six Rivers National Forest is currently hiring in a variety of program areas including fire, recreation, and more!

  • Camping & Cabins

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    The Six Rivers National Forest offers beautiful camping areas that range widely from low to high elevation, riverside to forested, and primitive to developed. Make camping reservations at www.recreation.gov

  • Maps & Publications

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    Get ready for your visit by checking out our detailed maps, brochures, and information guides.

  • Recreation Site Status

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    To see the latest recreation site status please visit the Recreation Site Status Map or if you have any questions, please visit or call the nearest ranger district.

  • Wildfire Crisis Strategy Landscapes

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    In January 2022, the Forest Service launched a robust, 10-year strategy to address the wildfire crisis in the places where it poses the most immediate threats to communities. The strategy, called “Confronting the Wildfire Crisis: A Strategy for Protecting Communities and Improving Resilience in America’s Forests,” (leer en español) combines a historic investment of congressional funding with years of scientific research and planning into a national effort that will dramatically increase the scale and pace of forest health treatments over the next decade. Through the strategy, the agency will work with states, Tribes and other partners to addresses wildfire risks to critical infrastructure, protect communities, and make forests more resilient.