Passes & Permits

Recreation Passes & Permits

Annual Passes 2017 The Interagency Passes are honored nationwide at all Forest Service, National Park Service, Bureau of Land Management, Bureau of Reclamation, and US Fish & Wildlife Service sites charging entrance or standard amenity fees.

Forest Product Permits

Forest productsCollecting products on National Forest System lands for commercial and private use requires a Forest Product Permit. Commonly requested permits are for mushrooms, posts, poles and rails, and pinecones.

Christmas Tree Permits

Christmas Tree PermitsLooking for the perfect tree? Try the tree lot in your backyard...the Six Rivers National Forest. You can purchase a permit for Christmas tree cutting from any District Office

Campfire Permits

CampfireCampfire Permits are required for the use of campfires, charcoal fires or portable gas stoves outside a designated recreation sites. These are free and are available at all Forest Service, BLM, or CAL FIRE offices, or online at www.PreventWildfireCA.org.

Woodcutting Permits

fuelwood permit Cost is $20 ($10 per cord with a two-cord minimum; can get up to 10 cords in a calendar year).

Wilderness Permits

Wilderness permitPermits are not required for the Siskiyou, Marble Mountains, Mount Lassic, North Fork and Yolla Bolly Wildernesses. The Trinity Alps needs a permit and it is free.

 

Fee-Free Days

The Forest Service waives recreation fees at most day-use sites on lands managed by the agency. Participation by concession-operated sites may vary. The 2017 dates are:

  • January 16, 2017: Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
  • February 20, 2017: President's Day
  • June 10, 2017: National Get Outdoors Day
  • September 30, 2017: National Public Lands Day
  • November 11 - 12: Veterans Day Weekend

Special Use Permits

Certain types of uses of public lands require "Special Use Authorizations." These include commercial activities, such as filming, guiding, and events.

Features

Christmas Tree Cutting Policy & Permits

Looking for the perfect tree? Try the tree lot in your backyard...the Six Rivers National Forest. You can purchase a permit for Christmas tree cutting from any District Office

Highlights

  • Interagency Recreation Pass OffSite Link

    A new interagency recreation pass that will benefit visitors to national public lands, combines the benefits of existing recreation passes from five federal agencies into one comprehensive pass. The new pass is available at federal recreation sites that charge entrance and standard amenity fees, through government internet sites, and through select third-party vendors.



https://www.fs.usda.gov/main/srnf/passes-permits