Tahoe National Forest - Caring for the Land & Serving People
Tahoe National Forest Welcomes You
From the foothills to the peaks of the Sierra Nevada mountains, opportunity awaits
The Tahoe National Forest has entered Stage 1 Fire Restrictions. [More Information]
The Tahoe National Forest offers a wide variety of e-bike riding opportunities. This includes over 2,000-miles of roads, 195-miles of OHV trails, 190 miles of single-track motorcycle trails, and an additional 35 miles of newly designated single track available to Class-1, pedal-assisted E-Bikes. All roads and trails open to motor vehicle use are available for all classes of e-bikes
Don't have time to stop by one of our offices? Many services traditionally offered in our public offices are available online:
The Tahoe National Forest dispatch team has mastered the gentle art of putting into harmony what could easily be a cacophony of information.
Remembering H-514's Daniel Laird
Remembering Daniel Laird - Every year between June 30 July 6 the we observes Wildland Firefighter Week of Remembrance to honor all those who have fallen in the line of duty.
New Forest Resilience Bond Will Finance Restoration to Reduce Wildfire Risk
The Yuba II Project seeks to reduce the risk of catastrophic wildfire to both forests and nearby communities in the Yuba watershed through a new approach to forest and watershed management.
USFS & Partners Construct New Wetlands for Threatened California Red-Legged Frog
The U.S. Forest Service and partners have recently completed construction of eighteen wetlands to expand threatened California red-legged frog habitat.