Welcome to the Kaibab 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.
Camping, cabins, hiking, scenic drives, fishing and snow play - the Kaibab has opportunities for everyone year round.
Get the “lay of the land” with maps in your format: interactive, downloadable, and print. Handy Motor Vehicle Use Maps & Motorized Travel Aids are available as well for the Kaibab.
Fire managers have a big job by monitoring fire danger and conditions, determining fire restrictions and preparedness levels, responding to wildfires, and conducting prescribed fires.
The Kaibab offers opportunities for firewood collection as well as other forest products such as corral poles, fence posts, and stays, Christmas trees, wilding transplants, pine cones and more.
Fire restrictions to begin May 19 on the North Kaibab Ranger District
Release Date: May 17, 2022
Kaibab NF Considers Continuation of Fiber Optic Line to Support Rural Communities
Release Date: May 12, 2022
Motor Vehicle Travel Regulations on Kaibab National 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.
What To Expect After Forest Restoration
After forest restoration work has been completed, the treated area may at first look disturbed, but the land will quickly begin to recover.
Drones - Flying Unmanned Aircraft Systems
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.
Partners work together to restore and protect Bill Williams Mountain
Kaibab N.F. teamed with partners to reduce the risk of severe wildfire on Bill Williams Mountain and the resulting post-wildfire flooding that could threaten lives and communities.