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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.”

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Judith Station Day Use Area

Judith Station Day Use Area is located in Lewis and Clark National Forest, adjacent to the historic Judith Guard Station.   Amenities include nearby fishing access, drinking water, and a restroom. Bears may frequent the area; keep all food out of sight in approved containers and remove all food from area after eating. Mandatory food storage is required.

New Fork Trailhead

Located on the northeast shore of Lower New Fork Lake, this trailhead offers a moderate size parking area and corrals for stock users. Access to the Bridger Wilderness is provided by the New Fork Canyon Trail and the Doubletop Moutntain Trail.

Red Bridge Campground

Red Bridge is a beautiful little campground, nestled amongst the shrubs and trees along the south fork Stillaguamish River, offering many sites with a lot of privacy. A river bar, close by, offers opportunities for riverside activities.

Park Lake Day Use Area

Park Lake Day Use Area provide the perfect day in the forest enjoy all that nature has to offer including fishing, canoeing, hiking or just exploring the lake habitat in a peaceful, beautiful forested scenic environment.  Restrooms and water are available, and pets are welcome at Park Lake Picnic area.

Section Corner Trailhead

Access to this trailhead requires a high clearance, 4-wheel drive vehicle.  This trail takes you to Section Corner Lake and Trapper Lake within the Bridger Wilderness.  This trail does travel through the 2008 New Fork Fire, so be prepared for downed trees and little shade.

Briar Bottom Bicycle TR 1006

This bicycle trail circles around the Briar Bottom Group Campground and runs through a hemlock stand beside the South Toe River. Total Length: 0.6 mile Total Elevation Change: None Degree of Difficulty: Easy Beginning Point: Black Mountain Campground Ending Point: Black Mountain Campground Average Hiking Time: 1hour (one way) Amount of Use: Heavy Blaze Color: Yellow Area Trail Map: South Toe River, Mount Mitchell…

Shadow of the Sentinels Interpretive Site

Provides access to: Shadow of the SentinelsTrail 623, an accessible interpretive trail winding through dense forest growth. Huge Douglas fir and cedar trees tower above a forest floor of ferns, moss and berry bushes. Signs along the route explain the dynamics of this 500-year-old forest. The trail is built of asphalt and boardwalks with grades no greater than 8 percent.…

Sunlight Ski Area Alpine

Sunlight Mountain Resort is a unique winter playground that is affordable and family oriented. Sunlight has hundreds of acres for skiing, snowboarding, snowmobiling, cross-country skiing and snow-shoeing. Sunlight’s summit on Compass Mountain in the White River National Forest, overlooks majestic Mount Sopris and the awe inspiring Elk Mountain Range. Amenities include a restaurant, lounge, rental and retail…

Riverton East River Access

Riverton East Access is a on the left side of the Eleven Point River at 35.6 miles. This poplar access is located just off State Highway 160 in Riverton, Mo at Riverton Bridge. This access is 7.6 miles downriver of Whitten. This is a developed site that provides a paved roadway to a boat ramp, parking area, canoe launch and a vault toilet. This access is utilized by both motorized and non-motorized boat users. There…

Bearpen Gap TR442

Bearpen Gap TR442

Camp Hale Memorial Campground

This campground is located in the Camp Hale National Historic Site about 15 miles south of Minturn, CO in a wide, flat, open valley sparsely forested by lodgepole pines. There are 21 campsites available. It is near the headwaters of the Eagle River with the East Fork River close by. The…

Highway 89, North

The recreation information for the Tahoe National Forest is primarily provided by travel corridor.  The main travel corridors are:  Interstate 80, Highway 49, Highway 20, Highway 89 (North and South), Foresthill Divide Road, Mosquito Ridge Road, Bowman Road, Marysville Road, and Gold Lakes Road.    Highway 89Highway 89 starts its journey through the Tahoe National Forest near Tahoe Cityon…

Pearl Pass Dispersed Camping

7 dispersed campsites for car camping along Pearl Pass Road. High Clearance required and 4x4 recommended to access all campsites. All sites are first come first serve. No facilities such as toilets or water are available. Maximum 5 day stay limit.

Bear Valley Campground

Bear Valley Campground is a remote, small campground with 10 campsites suitable for tents or RV's.  It is popular with OHV enthusiasts wanting to use the nearby Bear Valley OHV area. The campground is located six miles east of Little Truckee Summit on the Cottonwood Creek Road.  Elevation: 6700 feet. Non-potable water, treat before drinking.

Big Rock Loop TR 705

Big Rock Loop is 1.2 miles in length. It is blazed with Dark Green blazes. It is rated as a moderate trail. Hikers and mountain bikers are also allowed on this trail. You can also use this trail to get to the Nifty Rocks site. You have a view of the lake in the winter months.

Pacific Coast Scenic Byway

Part of the Pacific Coast Scenic Byway, Oregon’s Highway 101 offers a wealth of coastal recreation opportunities, panoramic overviews of the ocean and world-class sand dunes, towering spruce and fir trees, and tide pools. The unique Highway 101 runs the length of Oregon's Pacific Coast and provides the main north/south travel corridor through coastal portion of the Siuslaw National Forest. The Forest is…

Maroon Bells-Snowmass Wilderness - White River

Maroon Bells-Snowmass Wilderness was one of five areas in Colorado designated as wilderness in the original Wilderness Act of 1964. This Wilderness is located in Colorado within the Elk Mountains and spans the White River and Gunnison National Forests. The Wilderness area surrounds the extremely popular Maroon Bells Scenic Area

Horsfall Sand Camping

Horsfall Sand Camping dispersed camping area is on the sand in the southern edge of the Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area. Access to campsites is by 4x4 vehicles only via soft sand routes. Sites are rustic and no toilets or campfire pits are available. Portable toilets and fire pans are highly recommended. Individual sites are identified by numbered posts. Each site accommodates up to 5 vehicles and 20 campers…

Grande Ronde Sno-Park

The Grande Ronde Sno-Park is located adjacent to the Elkhorn Scenic Byway (Forest Road 73) near Anthony Lake. The sno-park extends from the Anthony Lake Ski Area to the Grande Ronde Sno-Park trailhead about 1 mile down the road. Popular with snowmobilers, snowshoers and Nordic skieers, the facility has vault toilet…