Sacramento RD


The Sacramento Ranger District offers many different recreation opportunities for all seasons.

Scenic Viewing

Winter Sports


Group Picnicking


Group Camping

Dispersed or "road-side" camping:  

You may drive to park your RV no more than 300' from an open road designated for such use. Please check with one of our offices to obtain a free Motor Vehicle Use Map which details exactly what roads you are allowed to disperse camp along. Most roads, outside of US and State Highways are available for this use.  Please be mindful that there are many private land inholdings within the Forest and these lands are not available for camping.


We offer trails ranging in use from hiking, pack/saddle, mountain biking, motorcycle riding and ATV riding (less than 50" in width).  Most side-by-sides are greater than 50" in width and exceed a weight limit, these can be enjoyed on our dirt roads.

There is little to no water available in many places so please bring what you need and be safe.



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Camping & Cabins

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Day Hiking

Day Hiking:

All of the trails on the Sacramento Ranger District are considered 'day-hiking' trails as you can hike on them, or on portions of them, easily within a days time. 

Popular Day Hikes include:

Osha Trail, La Pasada Encantata, Trestle Recreation Area Trails and the Haynes Canyon Vista Trail.

Areas for Day Hiking at Sacramento RD


Areas for Backpacking at Sacramento RD

Horse Riding & Camping

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Nature Viewing

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OHV Riding & Camping

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Outdoor Learning

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Scenic Driving

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Winter Sports

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