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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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This body of water is part of the Burnt Fork drainage.

Guanella Pass Campground

The Guanella Pass Campground is located about 7 miles south of Georgetown on the Gunaella Pass Scenic Byway. Visitors enjoy hiking and fishing in the area. Facilities: The campground is split into two loops by the county road and South Clear Creek. There are 18 sites in the campground. Elevan are suitable for RV camping and seven are more suitable for tents. Large RVs are not recommended on the byway. Each site has…

Big Bend Campground

This campground is located on a sagebrush and open conifer forest flat adjacent to the Cache La Poudre River. There are eight sites available, including three walk-in tent sites. Each site contains a tent pad, fire grate and picnic table. All campsites with a tent pad have a bear locker. Primary recreation opportunities in the area include fishing, hiking and wildlife viewing. There is a bighorn sheep viewing…

Clear Creek Crossing Campground

Located adjacent to Clear Creek, Clear Creek Crossing is a quiet, shady campground, with access to the Clear Creek Trail #487.

Main Fork Weber River

This is a non-accessible developed/improved trail.

Shadow Mountain Dam Trailhead

The Shadow Mountain Dam Trailhead is located at the southern end of Shadow Mountain Reservoir and the Green Ridge Campground. This trailhead provides access to Rocky Mountain National Park and the Continental Divide National Scenic Trail. There is parking for about 12 vehicles.

Juniper Prairie Wilderness

Protecting the heart of the Big Scrub, the 14,283-acre Juniper Prairie Wilderness is perhaps the best known of the four wilderness areas in the Ocala National Forest thanks to its frontage and prominent signage on SR 40 - the Florida Black Bear Scenic Byway - and SR 19. As a wilderness area, it remains roadless, untouchable by motorized vehicles or equipment. This special designation provides certain challenges in a…

Frog Lake Butte Trailhead

 4x4 access road and no amenities are provided at this trailhead.  The trail gradually drops in elevation and starts in sparce stand of timber and then enters larger old growth forest.  Provides access to:  Frog Lake Trail #530 which accesses Frog Lake Butte Trail #484 and …

Bennion, Upper

This body of water is part of Burnt Fork drainage.

Cache la Poudre North Park Scenic Byway

This scenic byway is located along the Cache la Poudre River, Colorado's only wild and scenic river! You can find more information on the Colorado Department of Transportation website.

Springhill Motorcycle Trailhead

Trailhead for the off-road motorcycle trail system in the Apalachicola National Forest.

Timothy Lake- The Cove Day Use

The Cove offers picnicking, swimming, fishing, campfire talks, and serves as a base for hiking on nearby trails. Located on Timothy Lake. Boat ramps available at nearby campgrounds & day use sites.

Strawberry Bay Campground

Strawberry Bay Campground is located adjacent to Strawberry Reservoir. The campground is in a setting of rolling hills covered with sagebrush. ATVs are allowed in designated routes outside the campground. Roads are paved. Popular activities include boating, canoeing, water skiing, hiking, biking, horseback riding and fishing for rainbow trout, cutthroat trout & kokanee salmon. Leashed pets are permitted.

Woods Ferry Recreation Area

Woods Ferry Recreation Area, in western Chester County, lies within a beautiful wooded floodplain surrounded by upland pine woods and maturing hardwood forests. Campers and day-users can choose from a variety of activities: picnicking, fishing, canoeing, or horseback riding. Its location on the Broad River makes fishing and boating easily accessible. All campsites at Woods Ferry are available for reservation on…

Elkhorn South Winter Trailhead

Columbine Winter Parking and Winter Recreation Area Map North Routt County Winter Recreation Trails Map Elkhorn South is recommended for motorized use and trailer parking and is located approximately one mile northeast up the 550 Road from the Quarry …

High Prairie Trailhead

Fifteen car capacity in the parking lot. Restroom facilities and informational sign available. Provides access to: High Prairie Trail #493 that enters Badger Creek Wilderness to meet …

Redman Campground-SLRD

This timbered campground is popular for fishing and its stream.  Reservations are required for June 26 through September 7.No electric or water hookups.

Cross Creek Campground

 There are 12 sites located on both side of Cross Creek just above the Beaver Reservoir inlet.  Fishing in nearby Beaver Reservoir and Beaver Creek. Hiking or ATV riding up Cross Creek Trail. Cross Creek Campground is in the Beaver Creek drainage southwest of the town of South Fork. Fishing sites include Beaver Creek and Beaver Reservoir (1/4 mile north). Cross Creek Trail 512 has the biggest Douglas…

Samuel R. McKelvie National Forest

Located south of Nenzel in Cherry County, this 116,000-acre national forest is a fantastic representation of the unique Nebraska Sandhills prairie ecosystem. Popular uses of the forest include hunting, fishing, horseback riding, camping and bird watching. There is one small campground located on the southwestern edge of the forest. …


This body of water is part of the Smith Fork drainage.

Silver Thread Campground

This small single loop campground has 11 sites.  6 are gravel pull through sites and 5 are dead end gravel spurs.  There is a beautiful waterfall within a few hundred feet that you can hike to easily from the south end of the campground. The campground elevation is 9,500 feet.  This campground, just off the side of Colorado State Highway 149, is well suited for overnight stays and picnics with…

Squibb Creek Falls and Pete's Branch Falls Hikes

To help visitors plan their adventure and enjoy this featured day hike, Johnny Molloy, Outdoor Writer & Board Member of Partners of the Cherokee National Forest, has provided an excerpt from his book, Five Star Trails: Tri-Cities, Squibb Creek Falls Hike. Squibb Creek Falls: Get your feet wet on this 4-mile (round trip) trail on…

Soapstone Campground

Local popular recreation activities include lake fishing and hiking. This campground is equipped with picnic tables.

Chama, NM

Located on Highway 17, 10 miles south of the Colorado border.