Holst Lake, nestled deep in the Sky Lakes Wilderness Area. Pearsoll Peak, located on Wild Rivers Ranger District Fall colors at Elk Meadow Sunrise over the Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest


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It's the Christmas (Tree Permit) Season!

Click on the banner below to find all the information you  need to head out to public lands to cut your Christmas tree this year, including links to the new digital permit system on Recreation.gov!

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You can also use the QR codes below to get to what you're looking for, faster!

  • Know Before You Go: Tips, where to cut, and how to cut
  • Maps, available for free on Avenza Maps
  • List of local vendors, who will be selling permits 11/23
  • The link to RRSNF's recreation.gov permit page

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Know Before You Go

Winter weather is here! Make sure you're prepared for rapidly changing conditions!

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Know Before You Go: Winter Recreation Essentials


Choose Your Own Adventure

The Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest is a varied, magical landscape that takes visitors from higher-elevation conifer-dominated forests nearly to the Pacific Ocean, and has some of the most incredible diversity in the country! We invite you to come visit--and to explore numerous opportunities for playing outdoors. Use these buttons to plan for your next adventure!

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Fighting Wind and Fire on the Slater and Devil Fires

Early stages of the Slater and Devil Fire, as seen by night.

Although the Slater Fire posed a great danger, local firefighting agencies had made plans for a coordinated and effective response.

From Timber Technician and Park Guides to Public Information Officers

Slater Fire Trapline PIOs 2020

Learn more about what a Public Information Officer does during a wildfire, and how agencies work together to make sure the public are getting the information they need!

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Tales from the Fireline

Tales from the Fireline: Buckets the Dog

There are heartening stories that we talk about during ongoing fire suppression efforts. Here are a few of our favorites from 2018.

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