Features

  • Shoshone National Forest Fee Change Proposal

    The Shoshone National Forest is proposing fee changes at recreation sites across the forest. Existing campground fees have been in place since 2006. The Comment period has closed but check back soon for updates.

  • The story of the North Fork Shoshone River in spawning season

    High in the North Absaroka Wilderness of the Shoshone National Forest, a river begins. Primarily fed by snowmelt, enhanced by springs and sometimes rainfall, the North Fork Shoshone River winds its way downstream through about 50 miles of Absaroka volcanics until it joins the South Fork Shoshone River at Buffalo Bill Reservoir. 

    While many are familiar with the North Fork Shoshone River corridor as a great place to spot a grizzly, view a band of bighorn sheep, or hike along one of the dozens of trails, for a few, the primary draw is the unique fishery that exists. The river has a rich history and many stories to tell; this one is about the North Fork Shoshone fishery. 

  • Pack Goat use on the Shoshone National Forest

    Pack goats are allowed on certain portions of the Shoshone National Forest; however, there is an application process in place to obtain a permit to use these animals. Updated 12/27/2021

  • Outdoor Safety and Ethics

    Outdoor Safety and Ethics

    Outdoor safety is a key consideration when visiting the Shoshone National Forest.  

  • Cross Country Skiing Areas

    One way to explore your public lands in the winter is by cross country skiing. This unique way of experiencing nature can be done through a variety of groomed trails on the Shoshone National Forest.