Welcome to the Malheur National Forest

The 1.7 million acre diverse and beautiful scenery of the Malheur National Forest includes high desert grasslands, sage and juniper, pine, fir and other tree species, and the hidden gems of alpine lakes and meadows.


2022 Firewood Cutting Information, Regulations and Maps


Please recreate responsibily, there is no garbage service on the Malheur National Forest, if you pack it in with you, please pack it out.  

All Malheur National Forest offices are emporarily closed to walk in service due to the recent uptick in COVID cases and the new CDC guidelines.   

We will continue to have virtual services available.  Visitors can call to make an appointment for the sale of maps, passes, and permits. 

Once you arrive for your appointment, our employees will meet you at the door. If you have a cell phone, please call the office when you arrive, numbers are listed below.  If you do not have a cell phone, please be on time for your appointment.

 You will need to bring some things with you to the door.   

Economic Activity From The Malheur 10-Year Stewardship Contract: 2015–2017

In September of 2013, the US Forest Service awarded a 10-year stewardship contract for restoration work on Malheur National Forest. The contract’s goals were to promote ecological restoration, reduced wildfire risk, and economic vitality in Grant and Harney counties. Review a fact sheet about The Malheur 10-Year Stewardship Contract.