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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 Game Lake Trailhead

Provides access to: Facilities
  • No picnic table
  • No fire pit
  • No drinking water
  • Outhouse (at Game Lake)
  • No garbage disposal - Please pack it out
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Recreation Marker Big Creek Summit Trailhead

The Big Creek Summit Trailhead is a one-acre signed site with no amenities.
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Recreation Marker Coffee Pot Road #600

Coffee Pot Road #600 is an improved gravel road that winds its way from the Deep Creek confluence with the Colorado River, up the south edge of the Flattops for about 30 miles to Deep Lake. It offers beautiful scenery and views. The first 10 miles of this road is exceptionally windy and narrow. Defensive driving is a must due to the drop-off edges, sharp blind curves and parts of the road not wide enough…
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Recreation Marker Middle Fork Payette Trailhead - (Cascade)

Trail within the Cascade and Emmett Ranger Districts.  Check the Districts for conditions of the trail.
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Recreation Marker Crocker Campground

This ten unit campground is located approximately ten miles northeast of Portola, California.  Tables, vault toilets, and fire rings are available.  Water and garbage service is not provided. Pack out all trash This campground is located adjacent to the historic Crocker Guard Station.  The guard station was recently updated and is available for rental.   This campground is popular in the…
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Recreation Marker Davis Lake

This is one of the most productive wildlife areas in central Oregon. Add a superb view of Cascade peaks at no charge and you have a truly special place to visit. The lake's water level may fluctuate significantly from year to year with a corresponding reduction in animal habitat. Davis Lake is one of the most popular fly fishing only lakes in the Pacific Northwest, producing abundant trophy size rainbow trout.…
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Recreation Marker Upper San Juan Campground

18 sites.
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Recreation Marker Emerald Lake

Small 8.2 acre Lake located 1.0 miles down Emerald Lake Road off Skyline Drive. The Department of Wildlife Resources of Utah (DWR) stocks this lake with Rainbow Trout.
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Recreation Marker Kaibab Plateau Visitor Center - North Kaibab

The Kaibab Plateau Visitor Center, located in Jacob Lake, Arizona, is operated by the Forest Service with the assistance of the Grand Canyon Association (a nonprofit organization that supports educational and interpretive activities for the North Kaibab Ranger District) to provide current information pertaining to the Kaibab National Forest and the Grand Canyon National Park. Information is also …
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Recreation Marker Horse Creek Campground

This campground hosts nine sites on Horse Creek. There is plentiful fishing in Horse Creek and other nearby streams. Maximum spur 32 feet. This site is not accessible for those with mobility impairments. Picnic tables, fire rings, bear boxes, and garbage collection are available.
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Recreation Marker Miller Bar Camping and Day Use Area

Miller Bar is operated as a dispersed site, and is located on large river bar on the beautiful Wild and Scenic Chetco River. Enjoy summer fun in the crystal clear waters of this outstanding river! A few shaded spots can be found along the treeline. Tents or small trailers only. Camping on the gravel bar during the…
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Recreation Marker Railroad Flat Campground (BLM)

This is a Bureau of Land Management (BLM) campground located along the Merced River.  Oak and pine trees provide shade at campground.  Each site has a table and grill.  Toilets are vault.  There is a fee box at campground. There are three walk-in sites and six vehcile/RV sites - Campground is accessible to persons with disabilities. Access to campground is dirt and gavel 1 land road.
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Recreation Marker ODOT Pit Play Area

The ODOT Pit is managed by Central Oregon Combined OHV Operations for the Prineville District of the BLM. The ODOT pit is considered one of the best play area in the state of Oregon. It provides challenges for riders at all levels of experience. The gravel mounds provide excellent jumping opportunities. There are flats around the perimeter of the pit…
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Recreation Marker Gilead Picnic Area

In the heart of Gilead, Maine located along U.S. Route 2, this picnic area provides you the perfect place to stop for a break during your travels.
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Recreation Marker Fourteen Mile Trailhead

This Trailhead is also a Campground with 7 campsites. The Trailhead has 1 horse corral, 7 hitching rails, and 2 unloading ramps, as well as a registration box, information sign, and a bear-proof garbage can. Albert Camp Trail #375 into the Pasayten Wilderness takes off…
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Recreation Marker Iron Springs/Jerome Canyon

Recreation opportunities include hiking, horse riding, OHV riding, and mountain biking.  Trail markers will be added to the map as time allows, and more detailed information will be added to each trail's web page.  Trails in the area include:    
  • Box Culvert Trail #620
  • Cedar Springs Trail #41
  • Circle Trail #322
  • Cold Springs Trail #393
  • Granite Tank…
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Recreation Marker Ceran Saint Vrain Trailhead

Ceran Saint Vrain Trailhead is located along the South Saint Vrain Creek just north of Boulder County Road 94, approximately two miles east of Colorado Highway 72. Accessible with two-wheel-drive, parking is available for up to 30 vehicles. This trailhead provides access to the Ceran St Vrain Trail.
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Recreation Marker Independence Pass

At 12,095 feet, Independence Pass is one of the highest paved mountain passes in the United States. Independece Pass is the summit of the Top of the Rockies National Scenic & Historic Byway, and is located between Twin Lakes Village and Aspen. Independence Pass serves as the eastern gateway to the Roaring Fork Valley, as well as an historic link between the Western Slope and communities on the…
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Recreation Marker Lakeview Dispersed Campground

Dispersed Camping. No services.
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Recreation Marker Woodstock Hang Gliding Site

Experience the thrill of flying without an airplane! Feel your adrenaline and excitement build as you approach the launch site perched high on the western slope of the Massanutten Mountain. Launch from this challenging site and soar like an eagle while enjoying a bird’s eye view of the Shenandoah Valley.
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Recreation Marker Devil’s Staircase

coming soon!
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Recreation Marker Whitaker Point Trailhead

Provides access to the Upper Buffalo Wilderness
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Recreation Marker Meadow Creek Trailhead

Provides access to: Facilities
  • No picnic table
  • No fire pit
  • No drinking water
  • No toilet
  • No…
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Recreation Marker Pine Mountain Campground

This campground is on the summit of Pine Mountain, near Pine Mountain Observatory.
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