Sequoia National Forest Memorial Weekend Update

The Sequoia National Forest is increasing access to the public by providing additional developed recreation opportunities. We encourage visitors to check our website and social media pages for the most up-to-date information on what is open before you plan your visit.

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Forest officials have extended temporary closures of various developed recreation sites, identified in Forest Orders No. 20-10, 20-11, and 20-12.

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The orders do not close trails, trailheads, and general forest areas; these areas remain accessible for public use.

Please call your local Ranger Station Monday – Friday from 8:00 am to 4:30 pm or email SM.FS.SequoiaNF@usda.gov for current Forest information.

Kern River Ranger District             760-549-9533
Western Divide Ranger District      559-920-0460
Hume Lake Ranger District            559-791-5758
Supervisor’s Office                         559-920-1588

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Fire and Aviation ManagementThe Sequoia National Forest has a very active Fire and Aviation division. Find out more about Fire and Aviation Management (FAM) on the Sequoia.

 

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California Tree Mortality.Tree mortality in California crosses all land ownerships; government, citizens and private industry are working together to mitigate hazards and create more resilient forests. More information is available at: www.fs.usda.gov/CATreeMortality.

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