Travel Management Rule

The Stanislaus National Forest  is actively engaged in management of its transportation system. The objectives of transportation planning are to: provide access to recreation facilities and opportunities for the public and partners; access for resource management, including fire protection and suppression; and to maintain an affordable/manageable transportation system while meeting the management needs of the Forest. The Forest is guided by the Travel Management Rule (36 CFR Part 212) and the Forest Service Manuals and Handbooks (7700). Click here to access the Region 5 Travel Management page. 

Designation of roads, trails and
areas for motor vehicle use.

Use by over-snow vehicles
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