Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation Game Cam Study


Popular Recreation Activities

Camping Rocks and Minerals Mountain Biking Fishing Hiking Hunting

More information about recreation opportunities across the forest

​Need to Know


Campground host wanted

A picnic talbe sits near the shore of Blue Lake under tall pine trees.

The Forest Service is looking for people to serve as Campground Hosts at Blue Lake Recreation area/Campground in 2018

Recreation Fee Program Accomplishment Highlights

Fishing at Blue Lake on the south end of the Warner Mountains

The Modoc National Forest uses campground fee revenues to improve and enhance recreation opportunities. The majority of the recreation fees collected stay on the forest and go right back into operating, maintaining and improving the recreational opportunities visitors use and value the most—campgrounds, developed day-use sites, boat ramps, trailS and much more.

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Modoc Fire Prevention and Recreation


Fire prevention and recreation folks are busy with programs in the schools, Kids in the Woods, Children's Forest, parades and fairs.

Range Partnership Poster

Highlights partnerships on the Modoc National Forest

This poster shares examples of Range partnerships leading to success. Special thanks to UC Davis' Laura Snell, Modoc County, Modoc-Washoe ESP, CDA, numerous RC&Ds and many others.


Modoc works with CDA

Forest Service employees building buck and rail fence

Big Valley Ranger District range managers applied for and received a grant from the California Deer Association (CDA) to build a buck-and-rail fence around Sweagert Flat, northwest of Adin.

Fire managers use UAS drone

Shows a fixed-wing drone before launch to view fire in wilderness

The Parker 2 Fire is a milestone in the history of Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) used in wildland firefighting.

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