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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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#1077 Smeads Bench

Smeads Bench Trail #1077 follows Smeads Creek up to Loveland Peak Trail #1070.The trail crosses Smeads Creek but the crossing is easily negotiated. Smeads Bench Trail #1077

Cedar Creek Campground

Cedar Creek Campground is currently closed due to damage from the 2016 Cedar Fire. 4800-foot elevation. 11 campsites, with fishing on Cedar Creek. This high elevation campground is a more rustic and mountainous area. The campground offers picnic tables and restrooms. Unsuitable for trailers. Cedar Creek runs the entire length of the campground on both the north and south sides of Hwy 155.

Tunnel Brook S Trailhead

The Tunnel Brook Trail follows a deep valley between Mt. Clough and Mt. Moosilauke. There are various beaver meadows at the height of land revealing the western flanks of Mt. Moosilauke and the eastern slides on Mt. Clough.

Cascadilla Flat River Access Boating Site

River access site located on the Wild and Scenic Middle Fork of the Flathead River.  This river access site has designated parking area, vault toilet, and a concrete material surface ramp. 

Upper Stillwater Campground

Upper Stillwater Campground is located below its namesake reservoir in the Rock Creek Drainage on the southern slope of the beautiful Uinta Mountains. Visitors enjoy fishing and exploring the popular Stillwater Trail. Natural Features:The campground is situated just below the Upper Stillwater Dam at an elevation of 8,000 feet. The concrete dam is visible from the campground. A forest of Ponderosa pine, lodgepole…

Observation Site: Mt. Rainier-Goat Rocks

Roadside pullout with scenic views of Mt. Rainier and Goat Rocks Wilderness. There are no picnic or restroom facilities at this site.

Oklahoma Ranger District

The Oklahoma Ranger District consists of about 363,000 acres located on the west side of the Ouachita Mountains in southeastern Oklahoma.  The district is split into three areas: the northern unit is within LeFlore County and has many hiking trails and camp grounds, natural areas and a national recreation area; the central unit contains the large and beautiful Broken Bow Lake that provides thousands of people…

Mountain Pond Shelter

The Mountain Pond shelter is a small shelter that sleeps 4-6 people. It can be reached by a one mile hike from the Slippery Brook Road with longer hiking potential along the Mountain Pond Loop which circumnavigates the entire Mountain Pond. Loons can often be seen on the pond during the summer.

Campground: Morrison Creek

This site was burned over in the Cascade Creek Fire of 2012. Several primitive camp sites are available, some along Morrison Creek. The site serves as a trailhead to the Shorthorn Trail #16 which enters Mount Adams Wilderness and is within 3 miles of the…

Trout Lake Cabin

A large cabin with loft overlooking Trout Lake surrounded by spruce/birch forest and open brushy areas. Views of the lake and nearby mountains. Winter is a great time to head to this cabin. Only seven miles down the trail, it provides the perfect day of exercise before relaxing in front of a warm woodstove. This cabin sleeps 6, and has a table, woodstove, splitting maul, crosscut saw, outhouse, and rowboat with…

Robinson Creek South/North Campground

Robinson Creek South Campground is located just 9 miles from Bridgeport, California next to Robinson Creek at an elevation of 7,000 feet. Massive Jeffrey pines tower over the site, offering partial shade. Lodgepole pines, sagebrush, and summer wildflowers dot the area. The creek offers good rainbow trout fishing and can be easily accessed within the site. Numerous hiking trails are in the vicinity, including the…

Lyle Trailhead

Newly developed at the mouth of the Wild and Scenic Klickitat River, the Lyle Trailhead provides access to the Klickitat Trail (a Rails to Trails project) that runs along the scenic Klickitat River. Select image to view a…

Smoke Hole Canyon

About 185 million years ago, a seven-mile thick sheet of sedimentary rocks began to buckle and fold. Wind and water wore away the softer layers, wearing down the mountains, and creating a region of rolling plains. Then the plains themselves were violently uplifted and broken. The rivers that had previously rolled gently over the plains turned into raging torrents that cut deep gorges and canyons. One such gorge is…

Trailhead: Observation Peak

Provides  access to: Observation Trail #132 which enters Trapper Creek Wilderness and links up with several trails such as Observation Peak Trail #132A.  Parking…

Centennial Grove Trailhead Day Use Area

This short 0.3 mile accessible interpretive trail meanders through a wide range of plant and tree species along the banks of Skalkaho Creek. During your walk you can learn about these different species through interpretive plaques strategically placed along the trail or just simply relax on benches which are also placed along the route.

Ward Mountain Campground

There are 33 campsites, including nine back-in and three pull-thru RV sites. These sites also have picnic tables, campfire rings, and BBQ pedestals. At this campground, recreation activities include mountain/road biking, backpack/day hiking, off-highway vehicle riding, cross-country skiing, and snowshoeing.   

Almanor Picnic

This picnic area is nestled along Hwy 89, part of the Volanic Legacy Scenic Byway. Lots of space and picninc tables available. 

Forest Road 85

FR 85 travels south from FR 52 near Big Creek Campground, to FR 47.  The road is paved from FR 52 for approximately 6 miles to the FR 8440 jct., then becomes gravel. The road provides access to FR 8440 that goes to Highrock Lookout TH. The road also takes you to areas of Huckleberry picking.

Warm Springs Campground

Warm Springs Campground is nestled in a wooded area along Crazy Creek. It hosts 14 sites with picnic tables, fire rings, and vault toilets. There is no garbage service so Pack it in/Pack it out. Campground can accommodate trailers under 26 feet. 

Silver Lake Boat Ramp

Dirt ramp car top boats only

La Sal Loop - Moab Front Recreation Area

The La Sal Loop - Moab Front Recreation Area is in southeastern Utah just outside of Moab. The La Sal Mtn. Loop Rd. starts south of Moab, climbs up into the mountains and traverses the western side of the mountains to come out in Castle Valley, UT.  This area includes 3 campgrounds: Warner Lake, Oowah Lake, and…

French Camp Campground

French Camp is located in the Rock Creek area of the White Mountain Ranger District midway between Bishop and Mammoth Lakes off US 395. This large campground has 86 campsites; campers are permitted to stay 14 nights.

 

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