Welcome to the Kaibab National Forest!

A Diverse Landscape To Enjoy!

If you are anywhere near Arizona, you won't want to miss the chance to visit us as the forest surrounds the northern and southern portions of the majestic Grand Canyon. From canyons to prairies, peaks to plateaus, the Kaibab offers layers of opportunity for peace, solitude & discovery.

Plan Your Next Adventure

 

  • Recreation

    A tent in the forest

    Camping, cabins, hiking, scenic drives, fishing and snow play - the Kaibab has opportunities for everyone year round.

  • Find Your Way

    A topo map of the forest

    Be prepared with maps in your format: interactive, downloadable, and print, including Motor Vehicle Use maps and travel aids.

  • Forest Products

    close up of pile of chopped wood

    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.

  • Hopi Waters For Life

    Mountains with title Hopi Waters for Life and video play button

    The Waters for Life project is a long-term co-stewardship effort between the Hopi Tribe & the Kaibab National Forest that focuses on the protection and restoration of Hopi Traditional Cultural Properties including natural seeps & springs.

  • New National Monument Designated

    View of Red Butte

    The Baaj Nwaavjo I'tah Kukveni—Ancestral Footprints of the Grand Canyon National Monument comprises 917,618 acres acres of land managed by the Kaibab National Forest and Bureau of Land Management around Grand Canyon National Park. Designating the new national monument, which contains ancestral homelands of many Tribes, will preserve its important historic, cultural, natural, scientific, and recreational values.

Features

KNF Campground Concessionaire Prospectus

two canoes sit on the shore next to a blue lake surrounded by pines

The Kaibab National Forest is soliciting proposals for two campground concession special use permits to provide high-quality public services in the operation and maintenance of the developed recreation sites on the forest. The solicitation period is Nov. 27, 2023 to July 26, 2024. Site tours are being offered in April and May.

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