Image: Welcome to the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest

The Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest's spectacular 6.3 million acres makes it the largest national forest in the lower 48 states. Located in Nevada and a small portion of eastern California, the Forest offers year-round recreation of all types.

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Wildland Fire Information

 

 

Top Things People Want to Know

G E T   A C T I V E . . . B E   P R E P A R E D . . .
Go Camping! Link to camping information on the forest. Got a Map? Link to available maps for the forest.
Go Hiking! Link to hiking opportunities on the forest. Need a Recreation Pass? Link to information on various passes available for standard amenity fee sit

Visitors are responsible for learning about any restrictions before heading out to enjoy their national forests. Check with the local ranger station concerning fire restrictions involving campfires, smoking, ammunition, etc. as well as other forest conditions.

 

 Visitor Guide

Humboldt-Toiyabe Visitor Guide ImageThis Visitor Guide provides the information you need to make the most of your Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest experience.

 

 

 

 Forest Fact Sheet

2017 Forest Fact SheetThe Forest offers a setting of classic Western beauty and is known for its many recreational opportunities, scenic vistas, and wild places where visitors can still find solitude.

 

 

Monthly Forest Newsletter

Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest LogoTake a look at the Forest’s monthly e-newsletter, which includes Forest information, news, feature articles,  colorful photos, and much more!

 

 

2017 Year In Review

2017 Year In Review ReportThe Forest would like to take this opportunity to share highlights of our accomplishments. We are proud to be entrusted to care for this land and serve the American people.

 

 

Boots In the Forest

 Boots in the ForestThrough a series of articles, the Forest is recognizing employees for the important work they do and highlighting a variety of U.S. Forest Service careers.

 

People, Places, and Things

2017 People, Place, and Things Read more in-depth stories from all across the Forest. 

Recent News


Features

U.S. Forest Service Reduces Boot Fire Closure

Boot Fire Area Closure Map

With the increased containment of the Boot Fire, the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest is now able to reopen some of the closed area on the Bridgeport Ranger District. The new area closure includes all areas, roads and trails within the Boot Fire perimeter west and east of U.S Route 395. See map for exact boundaries. Roads that are in the fire perimeter that will be open to motorized traffic are Highway 395, Forest Service Road 0301(Burcham Flat) and Forest Service Road 067. Vehicles must stay on established roadway with no stopping.


U.S. Forest Service Recinds South Sugarloaf Fire Closure

2018 Sugarloaf Closure Area Map

After the initial assessments of the South Sugarloaf Fire Burn Area Emergency Response Team (BAER), the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest has reopened all of the closed area on the Mountain City-Ruby Mountains-Jarbidge Ranger District.


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Spotlights

Interested in a job with the U.S. Forest Service?

Employment at the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest

Forest Service careers provide exciting and challenging opportunities to be involved in the management and protection more than 193 million acres of our nation’s most magnificent lands.

Temporary Shooting Closure in Lovell Canyon

2017_Lovell Canyon Sign

The temporary emergency shooting closure in Lovell Canyon has been extended. The closure area includes about 32,000 acres on both sides of Forest Service Road 45537 (Lovell Canyon Road).

 




2018 Cold Creek Emergency Wild Horse Gather

2018 Cold Creek Emergency Wild Horse Gather

Due to extreme drought conditions and lack of forage, the Forest gathered and provided emergency care for wild horses in the Cold Creek area, outside of Las Vegas.

Biannual Monitoring Reports Competed and Available for Review

2018 Humboldt NF Biannual Monitoring Report

The 2018 Biannual Monitoring reports for Humboldt National Forest and Toiyabe National Forest have been completed and available for public review.



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