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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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Lower Burnt Corral Shoreline Area

This site offers shoreline parking and boat access. Access via the Apache Trail National Forest Scenic Byway, a scenic mountain road showcasing magnificent bluffs above Apache Lake. Nearby are views of majestic mountains with abundant wildlife.

Mill Creek

Mountain stream with pools and riffles. Rainbow trout may be planted by the California Department of Fish and Wildlife in locations along the stream below the Falls Picnic Area. Their fish planting schedule is available online.

Howard Springs Picnic Site

Located off of Highway 20 near Targhee Pass, Howard Springs Picnic Sites has potable water, picnic tables, and grills for recreational use.

Trinity Warming Hut

Small hut where you can get warm when it is really cold outside!

Little Falls

Little Falls is within Santa Lucia Wilderness.

Fall Lake Campground

The Fall Lake Campground is located on the shore of Fall Lake and is nestled among pine, aspen and fir trees that provide privacy screening between most campsites. Part of Fall Lake north of the campground lies within the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness (BWCAW) where permits are required (see below). The rest of the lake…

Elk Ridge Ski Area

A new special use permit for the operation and maintenance of the ski area was issued in 2019. New information will be updated when available.

South Badger-Dead Horse Pass (017)

This trail begins at the end of Forest Service road 656 and ends at the Teton Crest Trail (008).  Fishing is usually good in Badger Creek.  The trail forks at the canyon head, 4.1 miles from its beginning.  The left (north) fork leads to Dead Horse Pass and the dramatic beauty of Bitch Creek.  The right (south) fork leads towards Green Lakes.  Both routes out of the head of Badger Creek are…

Appalachia Trailhead

​The Appalachia Trailhead is a major gateway into the rugged and scenic Northern Presidential Mountains. Traveling on one of the many trails that stem from this point can lead you to three stunning waterfalls in less than an hour. For overnight adventures, longer treks to the Randolph Mountain Club cabins and tent sites can be reached. The high peaks of Mount Madison and Mount Adams can also be reached from…

Bridge Camp Campground

Located on the North Fork of Stuart Fork Creek, five miles west on County Road 112 and 18 miles from Weaverville, this campground has 10 units with a average max. trailer size allowed of 20'. There are picnic table, fire rings, vault toilets, drinking water, one corral, an unsurfaced road and parking lot and two hitching rails. Camp is a tent/equestrian campground and trailhead for one of the most popular trails…

Scarp Lake

Scarp Lake is in the Hogback Lake Area.  It has two backcountry campsites accessible from either the lake (which you must portage to from Hogback Lake) or the Hogback Hiking Trail. For full information, visit the Hogback Lake Campground and Backcountry Sites page.

Redwood Meadow Campground

This USFS campground is located about 50 miles east of Springville, CA, in the Tule Ranger District of the Sequoia National Forest. There are fishing and hiking opportunities nearby. Trail of 100 Giants is nearby. Approximate season dates are May 22 to October 11. 58 miles SE of Porterville via Hwy 190 and Western Divide Highway.  Suitable for RV's 16' long; 15 family units; toilets; water;…

Big Beaver Campground

A campground in the Main Boulder area on the Yellowstone District.   Camp sites: 5 Accessible Facilities: Toilet Trash Pickup: No Firewood: No No Reservations:This campground does not use a reservation system, it is managed on a first-come, first-served basis. Be aware the campground may fill up on weekends & holidays during the summer months and you should arrive in the early afternoon to ensure there is a…

Wild River Campground

Visitors can enjoy a variety of recreation opportunities around the campground, including fishing in the Wild River, strolling along the easy grade of the Wild River Trail, or exploring the rugged Wild River Wilderness.

Modoc Volcanic National Scenic Byway

Incorporates parts of Highway 89 out of McCloud and Highway 49 northeast to Medicine Lake. There are two Recreation Opportunity Guides available on request for the Modoc Volcanic National Scenic Byway.  https://www.fs.usda.gov/Internet/FSE_DOCUMENTS/fsm9_008466.pdf

Logan State Park

Logan State Park is located approximately 45miles southeast of Libby on Hwy 2, at Middle Thompson Lake. The campground has 37 sites, including one host site, with tables and fire rings, and able to accomodate a combined vehcile length of 30'. ..  .  Amenities include potable water, flush toilets and shower house, a…

Scodie Mountains

The Scodie Mountains area located east of the Piute Mountains and Kelso Valley. The northern boundary is at Highway 178 ar Walker Pass. The Pacific Crest Trail goes through this lsection of mountains.

Little Bear Cabin

A recreation rental cabin on the Bozeman District. Location: 8 mi. S of Gallatin Gateway, MT   Maximum number of people: 4 (with loft) Reservations(more than 3 nights in advance of your stay):www.recreation.gov1-877-444-6777 Information and "Last-Minute" Booking(3 nights or less in advance of your stay):Bozeman Office3710 Fallon…

Moosilauke Carriage Road Trailhead

The historic Mousilauke Carriage Road ascends to the summit Mt. Moosilauke in 5.1 miles. The trailhead is located at the historic site of the former Breezy Point Hotel that provides great views to the south and east spanning the ridges of Mt. Carr and Kineo. Limited parking is available via gravel pull off. The section of Breezy Point Road before trailhead is very rough; caution is advised for low - clearance…

Highland Lake

Species present: Rainbow and Brook Trout Seasons: Open all year. Bag limit: 5 per day, 10 in possession. Date of usual ice out: June (5,700' elevation). Access roads: This lake is located in Section 1, T37N, R6W. Access is via the Highland Lakes Road (38N21) which leaves Interstate 5 at the Gibson Interchange. At the interchange, go south on the frontage road about 0.75 mile, and take 38N21 to the left. Continue…

#1016 Star Gulch Trailhead

Star Gulch Trail #1016 follows Star Gulch and provides access to Star Peak and historic Star Peak Lookout. Pilick Ridge Trail #1036 and Big Eddy Trail #998 take off from Star Peak providing loop opportunities.    The trail crosses Star Gulch just up the trail from the junction with Dry Creek Trail #1020.  This crossing can be challenging and dangerous during high runoff. Be advised Dry Creek…

Western Divide Highway

The Western Divide Highway (M107) travels the dramatic ridgeline that divides the Kern River watershed from the Tule River watershed. This 15-mile scenic route begins at Quaking Aspen Campground and ends at the junction with M50. You can travel west on M50 to California Hot Springs and then on to Highway 65, or travel east to Johnsondale, dropping into the Kern River Valley. From this road, access numerous giant…

Gallatin Canyon, Hwy 191 & Big Sky

Recreation sites in Gallatin Canyon and further south along the Gallatin River and Highway 191.  Big Sky recreational areas are also included in this travel corridor.

Church Pond Trailhead

Parking is tight and hikers must immediately ford the Swift River to access the trail. Hikers can access Church Pond and the magnificent views it affords at 1.1 miles heading clockwise on this trail.

Little Missouri National Grassland

Little Missouri National Grassland is located in western North Dakota, USA. At 1,033,271 acres (418,150 ha), it is the largest grassland in the country.[1] Enclaved within its borders is Theodore Roosevelt National Park, which is managed by the National Park Service (and therefore not included in the preceding statistics). The Little Missouri National Grassland was once a part of the Custer National Forest, but is…

 

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