Passes & Permits
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.
Collecting products on National Forest System lands for commercial and private use requires a Forest Product Permit. Commonly requested permits are for fuelwood, Christmas Trees and mushrooms.
Campfire 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. Check for fire restrictions before you go.
A special-use authorization is a legal document such as a permit, term permit, lease, or easement, which allows occupancy, use, rights, or privileges on the Shasta-Trinity National Forest. The authorization is granted for a specific use of the land for a specific period of time.
The Shasta-Trinity National Forest is home to five different wilderness areas. Two of these require wilderness permits and all of them require a California Campfire Permit for use of stoves. Campfires are only allowed in some areas and campfire restrictions may be in place during summer/fall months in all areas.
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 2022 dates are:
- Martin Luther King, Jr. Day: Jan. 17, 2022
- President's Day: Feb. 21, 2022
- National Get Outdoors Day : June 11, 2022
- National Public Lands Day : Sept. 24, 2022
- Veterans Day: Nov. 11, 2022
Christmas Tree Permits
Christmas Tree Permit Information
Fuelwood Permit Information
Cutting fuelwood for personal use is allowed with a permit. Here are a few other things you should know about obtaining a permit and cutting fuelwood.
Forest Products Permits
The taking or removal of forest products may require a permit and/or the payment of a minimal fee.
Mushrooms are among many "special forest products." To ensure a continuing supply of special forest products, the Forest Service works to create uniform harvesting regulations.