The RRSNF is home to incredible rivers, isolated wilderness areas, outstanding fisheries, wildlife and plants, and breathtaking landscapes of mountains, meadows, and lakes.
Find Your Inner Rogue!
Find your new favorite spot. Broaden your horizons with the Interagency passes. And make sure you're prepared, safe, and being the best steward you can be for your National Forest lands!
The Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest has a wide variety of landscapes that offer up every kind of outdoor experience you can imagine. It's time to start exploring!
America the Beautiful - National Parks and Federal Recreational Lands Passes provide U.S. citizens and visitors an affordable and convenient way to access Federal recreational lands.
There are lots of ways be a good steward and to protect the Forests and the natural environment, to ensure the health and safety of visitors, and to promote pleasant and rewarding outdoor recreation experiences for all visitors.
Know Before You Go
Get the most current predicted weather conditions ahead of your outdoor adventures from the National Weather Service!
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Our tallest peak in southern Oregon is a gem, and numerous people venture up it every year. Learn how you can enjoy its splendor--safely!
The amazing, flexible, adaptive, and hard-working J. Herbert Stone Nursery staff recently took on a huge task in completing the transplanting of 2.8 million seedlings. Learn more about this feat!
The RRSNF’s Approach to “Good” and “Bad” Fire
The following includes excerpts taken from an article authored by Murray Taylor and featured in the December 2021 edition of Wildfire Today.
Basically, Awesome: The Medford Airtanker Base
Not every community has an airtanker base in its backyard!
Life as a Rappeller
There is a certain kind of person that is willing to work hard to avoid being ordinary.
Why Does the Forest Service Conduct Prescribed Burns When It’s Hot and Dry?
Learn More: Prescribed fire is one of the most important tools used to manage fire today.