There are currently no road closures on the Kaibab National Forest associated with recent wet weather.

However, motorists may encounter hazardous winter driving conditions and should use caution and prepare accordingly.
 

Wintery forest road, Dogtown LakeElk walking in the forestSnow in the forestIcy waterfalls at Keyhole Sink Interpretive Site

 

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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March is Archaeology Month with Tours & Talks

Keyhole Sink petroglyphs on rock wall

Embrace the unique cultural history of northern Arizona by hiking to ancient petroglyphs or hearing experts talk about topics such as 30 years of archaeology on the South Kaibab, sheep ranching in the Williams area dating from the 1800s, and a lot more! Get your archaeological groove on every Wednesday & Saturday in March. Click on the image or here for more information.


Hunting in prescribed fire country

Archery hunter with his bow and arrows and recent Elk kill on ground in the forest

The Kaibab National Forest welcomes hunters who will be visiting us this fall. We are partnering with the Arizona Game and Fish Department to provide you with important information about the area in which you will be hunting.


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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. 

Tusayan Ranger District Easement Proposal

On Feb. 7, 2020, a revised draft proposal for roadway and utility easements across National Forest System lands on the Tusayan Ranger District was submitted to the Kaibab National Forest.

 




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.

What To Expect After Forest Restoration

Forest Restoration on Williams RD 2010

After forest restoration work has been completed, the treated area may at first look disturbed, but will quickly begin to recover.



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