Fall colors on the Kaibab National Forest  Bright Aspen trees along Forest Road 291, North Kaibab District  Aspen fall leaves coloring Bill Williams Mtn., Williams District Arizona Trail in the Saddle Mtn. wilderness, North Kaibab District  Changing autumn leaves color the forest

Welcome to the Kaibab National Forest
   The Kaibab National Forest truly offers something for everyone.  If you are anywhere near Northern Arizona, you won't want to miss the chance to visit us! From canyons to prairies, peaks to plateaus, the Kaibab National Forest offers layers of opportunity for peace, solitude & discovery.

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Experience Fall Colors on the Kaibab National Forest

Orange aspen leaf

The Kaibab National Forest is an outstanding place to bring your family and friends to view fall colors! The North Kaibab Ranger District is the crown jewel of the forest in terms of fall colors with its exceptional aspen stands sprouting yellows and reds sure to impress. But the Williams and Tusayan Ranger Districts also boast their own pockets of color worthy of exploration. Prime viewing opportunities typically occur in early October. However, the season can run from around late September through late October, depending on conditions any given year. Visit us here to stay posted on current conditions and fall color viewing opportunities for the fall 2018 season! 

Personal Use Fuelwood

A stacked pile of firewood ready for personal home use

Firewood season has arrived on the Kaibab National Forest! The forest provides firewood for personal use through both free and paid permits. The forest offers this service so members of the public can get wood for home heating, cooking and other important uses. For detailed information, click on the title that is linked or go to www.bit.ly/KNFfuelwood

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Kaibab National Forest to offer Christmas tree tags starting Nov. 16

Christmas Tree Tags Promo 2018

Enjoy the popular holiday tradition of cutting your own Christmas tree. Also all fourth graders are eligible for a free Christmas tree permit through the Every Kid in a Park initiative.

Motor Vehicle Travel Regulations on Kaibab National Forest

Motor vehicle use road in the forest

Do you know the rules regarding motor vehicle travel on Kaibab N.F.? Find the Motor Vehicle Use Map & other motorized travel tools for the district you plan to visit. 


2018 Kaibab N.F. Citizen Science Project

Lupine plant leaves with water droplets

Spring is here so put on your walking shoes, go out into the forest & discover the biodiversity on the Kaibab! More at bit.ly/KNFiNaturalist...

Drones - Flying Unmanned Aircraft Systems

Flying drone

If you plan to fly your remote controlled plane, quadcopter, or other unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) on or over the Kaibab National Forest, there are a few things to know before you fly.