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Your national forests and grasslands are 193 million acres of vast, scenic beauty waiting for you to discover. Visitors who choose to recreate on these public lands find more than 150,000 miles of trails, 10,000 developed recreation sites, 57,000 miles of streams, 122 alpine ski areas, 338,000 heritage sites, and specially designated sites that include 9,100 miles of byways, 22 recreation areas, 11 scenic areas, 439 wilderness areas, 122 wild and scenic rivers, nine monuments, and one preserve. And remember, “It’s All Yours.”

Recreation Marker South Piney Trailhead

The South Piney Trailhead is located at the end of Forest Road 10129, and is the southern-most access point for the Wyoming Range National Recreation Trail. The South piney Trailhead not only provides access to the Wyoming Range Trail, but also to the South Piney Creek Trail and the North Fork of the South Piney Creek trail. These trails provide for challenging hikes, quality big game hunting, and scenic views.
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Recreation Marker Moose Lake Recreation Area

If you really want to get away from it all, then this is the place for you. Moose Lake Recreation Area sits along its namesake lake on the Great Divide Ranger District. This serene lake and surrounding forest offer a spectacular location for families to enjoy nature on the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest. This small and semi-secluded Moose Lake Campground offers 15 campsites, 3 of which are tent only. The…
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Recreation Marker Oriental Campground

This fairly secluded campground is near the end of Forest Road 5506 along the Wild and Scenic North Fork John Day River.  It features 8 campsites and 2 accessible toilets.  There is no potable water or garbage service, so please pack your garbage home.   Large vehicles, trailers, and low clearance vehicles are not recommended due to poor access road…
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Recreation Marker Clark Point Overlook

Clark Point Overlook Trail is 0.8 miles long. It begins at Forest Trail 2158 and ends at the overlook. The trail is open for the following uses: Hiking and Horseback Riding
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Recreation Marker Tailwaters Boat Access

The Tailwaters Boat Access is a site to lauch a raft into the South Fork Boise River.
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Recreation Marker Campground: Peterson Prairie Group Camp

Peterson Prairie Group Camp is located within Peterson Prairie Campground.  The Group Camp can accommodate large or small groups in a large informal space. It is popular during the fall huckleberry season.
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Recreation Marker Lindbergh Lake Boat Ramp

There is a boat ramp located within the Lindbergh Lake Campground. Day parking and restrooms are available. There is no trash service—please pack out what you brought in.
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Recreation Marker G-62

This body of water is part of the Henrys Fork drainage.
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Recreation Marker Park Creek Campground

The Park Creek Campground has 12 units in a wooded setting.  There is one  handpump that provides potable water, and one vault toilet.  Water is available in summer months only. Nearby areas of interest include Summit Creek Trail, Big and Little Fall Creek, and Sun Valley/Ketchum.
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Recreation Marker 5 Points Vista

Located in the far SW portion of the Guadalupe Ranger District, this viewing area (vista) offers spectacular views of the 'Rim' and the Guadalupe Mountains. The Rim is nearly a 1500' - 2000' cliff marking the western extent of the Guadalupe Mountains.  It extends the entire north-south length of the ranger district and extends into National Park land at its south end. Take US285 north of…
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Recreation Marker Slide Creek Campground

Slide Creek Campground is located at the trailhead for Slide Creek which accesses the Jarbidge Wilderness(hiking, horse trips, hunting, backpacking), has one single restroom, horse corrals (no horses allowed in the campground), 6 sites, no water, and is free. Not reservable. Located at the springs that feed Slide Creek, and the trailhead for the Slide Creek trail.  Aspen and subalpine fir trees…
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Recreation Marker Bagley Lakes Trailhead

Provides access to: Bagley Lakes Trail 684.1, Wild Goose Trail 684.3. This is also an access point for Chain Lakes Trail #682 which enters…
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Recreation Marker Rhem's Church Pond

Covering approximately one acre, Rhem's Church Pond is one of several small ponds on the Francis Marion National Forest that provides good fishing for bass, bream and catfish. Click here for a printable Francis Marion fishing opportunity guide.
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Recreation Marker East Verde Picnic

  Set in the shade of tall pine trees, East Verde Picnic is perfect for any day trip that you have planned. You can see a variety of wildlife along with the beautiful scenery that Payson has to offer.
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Recreation Marker Black Rock Campground

Black Rock Campground is a dispersed campground situated in the Oak Woodlands along Mill Creek. 3 sites are available for primitive dispersed camping. Grills and tables are provided at each of the 3 sites. Black Rock Campground is open year round. Black Rock Campground is located on the Northeast corner of the…
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Recreation Marker Canyon Creek Trailhead

Canyon Creek Trailhead offers adequate parking for approximately 6 vehicles.  It accesses the Blodgett Overlook Trail #101 which offers views of Blodgett Canyon and the Canyon Creek Trail #525 to Canyon Lake and East Lake.  Facilities consist of a vault toilet.
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Recreation Marker Castle Creek Wilderness

This wilderness of 25,517 acres sits on the eastern slopes of the Bradshaw Mountains and is characterized by extremely rugged topography with prominent granite peaks that overlook the Agua Fria River. Elevations range from 2,800 and 7,000 feet. The primary vegetation at the lower elevations is saguaro cactus, palo verde, and mesquite. As the elevation increases, grassland species change into the chaparral community…
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Recreation Marker Hurricane Creek Campground

Located along the Hurricane Creek riparian area, this Hurricane Creek Campground offers 3 tent/small trailer sites and 8 tent-only sites. Three of the campsites are now accessible for people with disabilities. The access road to this campground is rough and not recommended for low clearance RVs and trailers. Please click this link to proceed to the…
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Recreation Marker Johnsondale Bridge River Access Boating Site

This site can be utilized for white water boating access, picnicking, and hiking. At about 19 miles north of Kernville via Mountain Highway 99, this site offers a great river hiking trail and boating access. The Kern River(33E30) trail offers a great day hike with seasonal fishing access.
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Recreation Marker Pine River Campground

This is a popular campground during fishing season. Recreation opportunities include hunting, picnicking, mushroom gathering and berry picking. The picnic shelter is a Civilian Conservation Corps construction from the mid 1940's.
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Recreation Marker Marmot Day Use/ Picnic Area

Day use area with picnic tables and grills.
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Recreation Marker Marion Lake Campground

Marion Lake Campground, located just 4 miles east of Watersmeet, MI, on the Watersmeet Ranger District, offers tranquility and beauty not often found in other high use campgrounds. Designed to take advantage of their location, lakeside spurs provide grand views of the south and west shores, making each sunset a memorable experience. All sites are spaced with natural vegetation for screening, providing an excellent…
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Recreation Marker Bowery Trailhead

Bowery Trailhead
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Recreation Marker Natural Bridge Campground

Natural Bridge Campground stretches along the scenic Upper Rogue River, with majestic conifers creating pleasantly shaded sites and privacy between campsites. The Rogue-Umpqua Scenic Byway and the Rogue Gorge are popular sites nearby. Additionally, the entrance to Crater Lake National Park is 11 miles away, making this campground a popular place for those venturing into the Park for day trips. Facilities
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Recreation Marker Rapid Creek Trailhead & Fishing access

Rapid Creek Trailhead is located in the basin of Pactola Reservoir.  From Rapid City, travel about 15 miles west on Highway 44.  Turn south (left) onto Highway 385 and continue for 2 miles, you will be right on top of the dam.  Turn east (left) onto Pactola Basin Road.  Wind all the way to the bottom for .5 miles.  The trailhead is located adjacent to Rapid Creek which makes it a popular…
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