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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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Vigne Campground

The Vigne Campground is a small secluded site set in an open pine-fir forest along Chesnimus Creek. The site offers 6 tent/small trailer sites. Primary activities include; camping (summer and during fall hunting season), relaxing, berry picking and picnicking.

Brice's Creek Area

Brice's Creek Trail and Boat Launch

Sawmill Pond 12N30

Sawmill Pond is a stocked fishing area for children 14 years of age and under. Adults are allowed to help children fish but not allowed to fish themselves. The pond is located one mile south of South Lake Tahoe along Lake Tahoe Boulevard. Restrooms and picnic tables are available in the summer. Please note: Campfires and portable charcoal grills are not allowed.

Twin Lakes Trailhead

The Twin Lakes Trailhead is a small facility located on the southern end of the Elkhorn Mountains. This is the lower access route into Twin Lakes. This facility has no amenities and is used by hunters, day hikers, backpackers, mountain bikers and horseback riders.  The trail to Twin Lakes follows Lake Creek up the drainage climbing fairly steep through an open forest with scattered old growth spruce…

Carrizo - 3E10

Old historic trailhead on Milpitas Road

Reynolds Creek Group Campground

The Reynolds Creek Group Campground is a rustic and secluded, creekside camp located on the Pleasant Valley Ranger District in the Tonto National Forest. The primitive group camping area is nestled between towering ponderosa pine at an elevation of 5,250 feet and provides a great base camp for a wide range of recreational activities including, hiking, fishing, hunting, and nature photography. Natural Features: …

Pinnacles OHV Staging Area

OHV Staging area on SR 173 north of Lake Arrowhead. There is a vault toilet and a picnic tables at the staging area along with ample parking and informational signs.

Penn Basin Campground

Overview: The Penn Basin Campground near Landmark, Idaho, offers 6 campsites in a peaceful, remote setting near mountain slopes covered in dense pine forest. Peak season for the campground is typically early June through late September. It can be accessed by most vehicles; however the road is narrow and may be rough in spots. Natural Features: The campground sits in a pretty mountain meadow a stone's throw from…

Upper Rancho Nuevo - 24W03

From Deal Junction travel trail 24W03 for 5 miles to Upper Rancho Nuevo Camp. This camp is surrounded by pinyon pine, yucca and chaparral in a beautiful secluded canyon. This is a wilderness camp and there are no facilities located at this camp. Water is available but be sure to purify, as there are heavy minerals in the creek.

Sears Kay

Sears Kay Ruin offers the visitor a glimpse of a distinctive lifestyle that existed long before Columbus. Self-guided 1-mile loop trail will take you through Hohokom Ruins. The site of Sears Kay Ruin was first occupied about 1500 AD. Point of Interest along the Great Western Trail. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Rim of the World Scenic Byway

This 110-mile route traverses the rim of the San Bernardino Mountains from Cajon Pass to San Gorgonio Pass. The Rim of the World Scenic Byway travels through some of the most naturally beautiful areas left in Southern California. Spectacular vistas and panoramas exist everywhere along the route. Encompasses portions of Hwy 38, 18, and 138.

Tyndall / Vulcan Trailhead

The Tyndall / Vulcan Trailhead is a three-acre site with restroom and 5 dispersed campsites. It serves the Vulcan Hot Springs (#072), Tyndall Creek (#107) and Wewukiye (#252) trails.

Figueroa Campground

Nestled in a grove of beautiful red Manzanita and a variety of oaks and pines, lies Figueroa Campground with its 35 campsites fully equipped with fire rings, pedestal barbeques and a picnic table at every site. Hard packed soil makes several of the sites accessible to the three, double vault, wheelchair accessible bathrooms.  Figueroa Campground can accommodate up to 25 foot trailers and RVs, although hook…

Lichen Lake

This is one of our Backcountry sites which is a near- wilderness single party site and is accessible only by foot or boat. These sites are first come, first served. There sites on this lake, each have a fire grate, a latrine and may have a picnic table. A few reminders: Hang food packs, put your fire out each time you leave your campsite, treat or boil all water, wash yourself and dishes at least 150ft from…

Tip Top Mountain OHV Road 2N90

This 1.8 mile road travels from Arrastre Creek OHV Road 2N02 up to the end on Tip Top Mountain, northeast of Big Bear.

Rainbow Lake / Caton Lake Trailhead

The Rainbow Lake / Caton Lake Trailhead is a five-acre signed site with a hitching rack and restroom. It serves Caton Lake (#093) and Rainbow Lake (#094) trails.     Rainbow Lake Trail Information -   The first part of Caton Lake Trail is the upper portion of Ditch Creek Trail. Ditch Creek Trail provides access to Rainbow Lake Trail and Caton Lake Trail. Approximately 0.7 miles from the trailhead, the…

Gifford Trailhead

The site is located on Hwy #166 26 miles east of Santa Maria. Gifford Trailhead has one large parking area and serving hikers, equestrians. No motorized use allowed.   The Gifford trail (18E12) 2.2 miles has beautiful scenic views. Hitching posts. Picnicking 1 table. Stock trailer parking. Difficulty level : Easy  The trailhead is open all year. 

Cadotte Lake Campground

This campground is on the western shore of Cadotte Lake and is surrounded by a mix of spruce, balsam, and pine trees. Cadotte Lake is good for walleye, northern, and panfish fishing. Downloadable information and map.

Indian Hollow Campground

Indian Hollow is a first-come, first-served, free-use, primitive campground with three sites. It is not suitable for large RVs or large groups of people. "Indian Hollow Campground" Images Album

Dolly Copp Picnic Area

Located along the Peabody River, this site has ample opportunity for small family picnics or large group gatherings. The large picnic pavilion, originally constructed by the Civilian Conservation Corps in 1936, was rebuilt in 1996 using many of the original timbers, along with trees planted by the same 1936 CCC crew. The pavilion has a large stone fireplace and numerous picnic tables. Other amenities include 2 metal…

Cedar Flat Picnic Area

This picnic area has good river access.  Restrooms are available Memorial Day weekend to Labor Day weekend.

Oscar Miller Camping Area

This dispersed camp area is within an old homestead and offers a vault toilet, a hitch rail and an unloading/loading ramp for animals.

Tillie Creek #1 Group Campground

Tillie Creek group site 1 offers camping near the west shore of Lake Isabella. Site offers bathrooms, shade shelter, playground, picnic tables, and fire rings. Rocky Mountain Recreation (RMR)All developed campground areas on the Forest operate under a concessionaire permit with RMR. For additional information, please visit https://rockymountainrec.com, or call their home…

Big Rock Campground

​This campground is named after one of the many large boulders dropped from the glaciers that shaped this region. Big Rock Campground has 28 wooded campsites and is a short distance from a number of nearby attractions including Otter Rocks, the Lincoln Woods Visitor Center, and many popular hiking trails along the Kancamagus Highway.

Madrone Campground

Located east of Shasta Lake, these remote campsites offer the perfect spot to relax. Forested and shady, this is a perfect home base for your OHV adventures! Be aware, Fenders Ferry is a rough, unimproved dirt road. There is no lake access from this facility. This campground is very popular in the fall during hunting season.  For more information and directions…

 

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