About the Six Rivers National Forest
Six Rivers National Forest Where Adventure Awaits
Mountainous land and iconic rivers abound from the California-Oregon border south to Mendocino County comprising almost 1 million acres of diverse ecosystems and landscapes.
The Six Rivers National Forest's Supervisor's Office (Forest Headquarters) and ranger stations have moved to virtual services. You can visit our Recreation Site Status Map or if you have any questions, please call the nearest ranger district.
The Six Rivers National Forest offers beautiful camping areas that range widely from low to high elevation, riverside to forested, and primitive to developed. Make camping reservations at www.recreation.gov
Get ready for your visit by checking out our detailed maps, brochures, and information guides.
Great American Outdoors Act projects will address critical deferred maintenance and improve transportation and recreation infrastructure on national forests.
To raise awareness on how everyone can do their part to prevent unwanted wildfires from threatening our communities, the Six Rivers National Forest has joined forces with CAL FIRE Humboldt-Del Norte County Unit, Humboldt County Fire Safe Council, Hoopa Fire Department and Office of Emergency Services, and the Yurok Tribe Wildland Fire Program to sponsor the 3rd edition of Living with Wildfire in Northwestern California.