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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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Cover Campground

Shaded by a stand of Douglas fir, Cover Campground provides quick access to swimming spots and beautiful views on Jackson Creek. Come in the spring to see butterflies flock to the shores of the creek. Facilities 7 campsites with picnic tables and fire pits Drinking water Vault toilet Garbage disposal

Lost Creek Campground

Please Note: This campground has no trash services. Be prepared to pack it in and pack it out by bringing your own trash bags. Lost Creek Campground is west of Encampment, WY on Wyoming Highway 70 and includes 13 small campsites (trailers under 22'), picnic tables, toilets, fire grates and trash service.  Across the Highway the Baby Lakes Trail accesses the Huston Park…

Shutts Flats Trailhead

Shutts Flats Trailhead has no facilities and parking is limited.


Trailhead.  Trail closed in higher elevations.

Dumont Lake Campground

Dumont Lake Campground has 22 handicap accessible campsites, with a good combination of pull-through and back-in sites. Campsites are private and roomy, and most have clear views of the alpine meadow around the lake. Campers also have the convenience of three restrooms and hand pumps for drinking water. Visitors can reach the two-mile Rabbit Ears Trail from the facility, and the Continental Divide National…

Dead Swede Picnic Ground

Dead Swede Picnic Ground is named for the gentleman buried there. The picnic ground is located east of U.S. Highway 14, the Bighorn Scenic Byway. The South Tongue River and numerous streams flow nearby - an excellent spot for anglers. 


Trailhead.  Open in lower elevations only.

Libby Flats Observation Site

Located on the Snowy Range Scenic Byway, this observation site provides views south to Rocky Mountain National Park, west toward Medicine Bow Peak, the Sierra Madre Mountains, and Mt. Zirkel Wilderness Area, and east toward the Laramie Mountains.  It is managed by the Laramie Ranger District.

K. Seattle Creek River Access

A graded gravel ramp to the water's edge is provided at Seattle Creek River Access. There is limited parking at this access.

Williams Creek Trailhead

Williams Creek Trailhead

Etna Summit Trailhead

The Pacific Crest Trail crosses County Road 1C01 at Etna Summit (5960'). The trail heads north into the Marble Mountain Wilderness and south into the Russian Wilderness. This area has great views and cooler temperatures than the Scott Valley below. There is parking available.  Due to elevation, accessibility determined by snow levels.

Clear Creek Campground

Clear Creek Campground is a non-fee campground and picnic area composed of 12 individual units and reservations are not required. This area is accessible for a season that varies usually between June through October. Campground amenities include toilets and the campground is well suited for tent and RV camping. Sites are handicapped accessible. Bull Flat (#001) and Lake Fork (#004) trails are popular with…

Indian Mounds: (409) 625-1940

Indian Mounds Recreation Area, located on the 185,000-acre Toledo Bend Reservoir, is maintained and operated by the Sabine River Authority of Texas. The area offers camping, fishing and boating all year. The area offers excellent opportunities for hunting waterfowl on the reservoir and hunting deer and squirrel outside of the campground area. Visitors can hike to the mounds for which the area was named. Forest…

Rio Trampas Fishing

Rio Trampas Fishing

Crane Creek Trailhead

Provides access to: Crane Creek Trail #3011 and North Crane Trail #3171 which access North Fork John Day Wilderness. Directions: From Granite, OR take Forest Road 73…

Elk Mountain Trailhead

Elk Mountain Trailhead

Sourdough Trailhead

There is a bulletin board for registration provided. Provides access to:   Facilities No picnic table No fire pit No drinking water No toilet No garbage disposal - Please pack it out

Horseshoe Hole Campground

The Horseshoe Hole dispersed camping area is situated at the end of a timber road in the Staney Creek watershed and offers two campsites. It is only a quick walk through the woods to Horseshoe Hole on Staney Creek from either of the two campsites. Each site has a hardened tent site, a fire ring, and a picnic table. No outhouses are available. The area provides visitors with miles of roads, excellent fishing on the…

Troy Trailhead

Provides access to: Wenaha River Trail #3106 which follows the Wenaha River west into Wenaha - Tucannon Wilderness. This is also a popular access point to meet up with …

Breitenbush Campground

Breitenbush Campground is nestled along the banks of its namesake river in the forests of western Oregon. The peaceful flow of the river can be heard throughout the campground, providing a peaceful getaway for campers. A variety of plants and foliage separate the 26 spacious campsites and provide privacy from other sites. Sites have picnic tables, grills and easy access to the vault toilets. Drinking water spigots…

South Fork Campground

PLEASE NOTE: South Fork Campground is temporarily closed, but those wishing to camp here may park outside the gate and walk in to disperse camp. Facilities are not open and are not being maintained, so please be a good steward of your public lands: Pack it in, pack it out, and make sure that the site looks great for the people who come after you! Sites are located near the South Fork Rogue River.…

Steep Creek Wildlife Viewing Site

A network of trails that alternates between being on the ground and over the ground on elevated walkways, the trail provides opportunities to watch spawning fish under the walkway and the bears that come to Steep Creek to feed on them. In the summer, interpreter staff are on the trail to help manage interactions between bears and people. Please heed their instructions for everyone's safety.

Lake Glendale Recreation Area

If you are looking for a place in the center of the Shawnee National Forest, then Lake Glendale Recreation Area is for you. Its central location makes it easy to visit main attractions on either side of the forest or any place in-between. Surrounded by tall pine trees and mixed hardwood forests, Lake Glendale Recreation Area offers a wide range of recreation opportunities including hiking, camping, swimming,…