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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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Williamson Valley Trailhead

The Williamson Valley Trailhead accesses the east side of Granite Mountain.  It has plentiful parking and room for trailers to park and turn-around.     Provides access to:   Facilities No drinking water Vault toilet No garbage service- Please pack it out

Paint River Forks Campground

This campground is a small rural campground that offers river bank camping. Located at the fork of the South and North Branch of the Paint River it offers canoeing and fishing opportunities.

Clayburn Trailhead

The Clayburn Trailhead is located at the end of the Goose Lake Road (FS 50-257).  This trailhead provides access to the Hard Butte area via Elk Lake Trail #347 (note that Elk Lake is on the far end of the trail).  Several lakes are in the Hard Butte area to include, Rainbow Lake, Twin Lakes, Black Lake…

North Fork Campground

The camp is located in an open grove of oak trees adjacent to a year long stream.

Tie Flume Campground

Tie Flume Campground is located about 1.5 miles east of U.S. Highway 14, the Bighorn Scenic Byway. Its location along the South Tongue River and near numerous smaller streams makes it an excellent location for trout fishing enthusiasts. 

Big Creek Lake Boat Access

Primitive boat ramp to launch small motorized craft. There is a no wake restriction near shore. The area provides picnic tables, fishing access and general recreation opportunities in this beautiful lakeside setting near portal to the Mount Zirkel Wilderness Area.  This area is managed by the Parks Ranger District.

Lantz Ridge Trailhead

Starting from an old logging deck with great parking, the trail drops down a northern exposure, through dark Douglas Fir old growth forest to mature stands of oak and grass. The creek is surrounded with buckeye, and the wildflowers in spring are terrific. * Follow M4 to Lantz Ridge, turn right at the green gate, and follow the main road to the landing.

Tensleep Canyon Interpretive Site

Tensleep Canyon Interpretive Site sits along the Cloud Peak Skyway.   Stop and read the interpretive signs and view the beautiful scenery. Tensleep Canyon Ages ago, these mountains were deep within the Earth’s crust, and the area that is known today as the Bighorn Mountains was a basin.  Beginning about 75 million years ago the land began to slowly rise above the sea bed reaching an…

Wolf Creek Campground

This campground is located along Little River and provides access to fishing and swimming. Abundant wildflowers can be seen in the spring. Facilities 5 campsites with picnic tables and fire rings 3 tent campsites with picnic tables and fire rings Drinking water (chlorinated) 2 flush toilets Grey water waste sumps Garbage disposal

Bow River Campground

Bow River Campground is located on the upper Medicine Bow River. The campground is located next to Bow River in a heavily wooded forest of Lodgepole and Spruce pines and some young Aspen. The sites are well separated with heavy understory and middlestory which provides privacy. The campground is quiet and tranquil.This is a pack-in pack-out campground.  No trash service in the area. NUMBER OF SITES: 13…

HARVES RIVER CUA DISPERSED

Dispersed Camping Area. Facilties include vault toilet and information kiosk. Fishing opportunity at Farnsworth reservoir.

Indian Flats Campground

17 sites. Pacific Crest Trail Access. No Water.  The nearest water can be found at the Warner Springs Gas Station. Indian Flats will be temporarily closed for Arroyo Toad protection during breeding season beginning April 1st through at least May 31st.

Twin Peaks Trailhead

Parking at trail head is for day use only, no overnight parking. Three miles north of LaPrele Guard Station and Campbell Creek Campground on the Cold Springs Road. Great access for elk and deer hunters.  The first ½ mile is through private land, so please stay on the trail. The next mile passes through State Land where day use is allowed but overnight camping is prohibited. The last 1½ miles to…

SKYLINE-BIG FLAT TRAILHEAD

Trailhead. This trail provides access to the Skyline National Recreation Trail. Horse and foot travel only. It also prpovides access to the PST 29 trail as well as the Piute 01 trail about 2 miles south of the trailhead.

Canjilon Lakes Campground

In a picturesque setting of lakes and a meandering stream, Canjilon Lakes Campground offers excellent fishing and camping opportunities to forest visitors. Its beauty turns to splendor when fall leaves change from greens to dazzling gold and oranges.

Yellow Pine Campground

The campground is composed of 19 sites in a single loop among a nice stand of mixed conifers and Aspen.  It has corrals available outside the campground. There is brook trout fishing in the South Fork of Lodgepole Creek, which runs close to the Tie City Campground and across the 719 road from Yellow Pine. Managed by the Laramie Ranger District.

E. Brown Bear River Access

This popular fishing access has a gravel road to the water's edge. Dispersed camping is allowed and there is some shade. There is an information bulletin board but no facilities. This nice river access was built with slide materials in cooperation with CalTrans and is a launching spot for kayaks and rafts. Across the river behind the willow-lined banks, you can see the Klamath River School. This expansive meadow…

Hidden Lakes Fishing

Hidden Lakes Fishing

Pettit Lake Campground

Pettit Lake Campground is located approximately two miles west of Hwy 75 on FS Rd 208. It is in a secluded area next to Pettit Lake nestled at the base of rolling hills and majestic peaks. Swimming, fishing, kayaking and canoeing are wonderful activities for Pettit lake. There are 9 single-sites and 3 double-sites which are all first-come, first-serve. Tin Cup trailhead leading into the…

Gold Flat River Access

Access to Scott River from Scott River Road.

Memorial Beach Picnic Site

The Memorial Beach Site was named to honor twelve individuals who perished in a plane crash in Sumner Strait . A memorial at the beach commemorates their lives. A 1,000-foot trail leads through an impressive grove of old growth trees to the beach and three dispersed camping and picnic sites. Special Features: Memorial Beach offers some of the most exquisite views of Sumner Strait , Kupreanof Island, Kuiu Island and…

Mt. Harrison Interpretive Site

The Mount Harrison BSIA was established in 2003 by the USDA Forest Service for its unique alpine and subalpine habitats and rare species. The area provides protection for the remaining portion of Christ’s Indian paintbrush population not included in the Minidoka RNA. In addition, Mount Harrison has one of two Davis’ wavewing populations and two of the largest intact tall forb communities remaining in…

Battle Creek Trailhead

Battle Creek Trailhead provides access to Battle Creek Trail #3004. A large parking lot will support up to six truck/trailer combinations. Just east of the parking lot is Forest Road 1010130. To reach the trail, travel down Forest Road 1010130 for a little over one mile. At that point the road turns into the trail and shortly thereafter forks with Welch Creek Trail heading west (right) and the Battle Creek Trail…

Turner Lake West Cabin

This is a Log Chalet type cabin with beautiful stonework and fireplace. The cabin is situated on Turner Lake, south of Taku Inlet. Terrain around the cabin is rocky and very brushy. Rocks in front of the cabin slope directly to the water. Caution should be taken if children are present. The following is included with the cabin: 2 single wooden bunks, 2 double bunks (total capacity is 6 people), table and benches,…

 

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