So many opportunities on so many millions of acres of your land.
What will you choose for your next adventure?

Person skiing down snowy mountain & trees in Idaho

Find a Forest

Search by forest to discover recreational opportunities specific to their area.


Rent a Cabin

There are cabins throughout the Intermountain Region that are available for the public to rent. The rates are low and the cabins provide a great way to experience the forests of the Intermountain Region. Click the button below for more information on rental cabins.

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Dispersed Camping

For many people dispersed camping is a way to enjoy the solitude and primitive experience of camping away from developed campgrounds and other campers. Dispersed camping is the term used for camping anywhere in the National Forest away from a designated campground. Dispersed camping means no services; such as trash removal, and no facilities; such as tables and fire pits, are provided.

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How Will and Where Will You Recreate?

From biking to hiking, and water sports to scenic drives, the Intermountain Region has plenty of recreational activities for all ages. Find more recreation areas to visit on the Interactive Visitor Map.

Recreation Activities


Related Information


State Agencies with State Parks

Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation

Nevada State Parks and Recreation

Utah State Parks

Wyoming State Parks


Forest Service Fee-Free Recreation Days

Fees are waived generally for day-use areas, such as picnic grounds, developed trailheads and destination visitor centers on Forest Service Fee-Free Days. Concessionaire-operated sites may be included in the waiver if the permit holder wishes to participate. Contact the local Forest Service office to make sure of the fees for your destination.

Recreation photos on Flickr