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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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Kyle Canyon Picnic Area

Generally open January to December as weather and conditions allow. Near Fletcher Canyon Trailhead and Fletcher View Campground.

Dog Mountain

Dog Mountain Day Use Area and Trailhead is the access point for two of the most scenic trails in the Gorge, Dog Mountain Trail #147 and Augspurger Trail #4407. These two trails form a popular loop hike, if you connect via the 1.5 mile …

Warm Springs Trailhead

Warm Springs Trailhead is located between Crazy Creek Horse Camp and Crazy Creek Campground. This site hosts a large parking area and bulletin board.

Rimel Picnic Area

Shaded by large white pine, the Rimel Picnic Area is an ideal location to stop along your way for a picnic. This area offers picnic tables and an information kiosk describing local trails.

Campground: Soda Spring

Soda Spring Campground is a small, rustic site located at the end of Forest Road 4510.052 in a stand of Douglas fir, western hemlock, and silver fir. The Campground has 6 sites suitable for tent camping, pickup campers, or smaller trailers. Summit Creek is nearby but not visible from the site but there are a number of dispersed sites along the creek in the area. Sites have moderate screening and are not crowded.…

Mccart Trailhead

McCart trailhead has adequate parking for 6-8 vehicles. Facilities include a stock ramp and hitching rail. It accesses the McCart lookout and the Anaconda-Pintler Wilderness.

Lucerne Campground

This boat-in campground adjacent to a Forest Service Guard Station offers a dock and boat basin with an eleven boat capacity. A ¼-mile trail connects to Refrigerator Harbor Campground & road to Holden Village.  Lake…

Mary's Lake

Is a small 6.2 acre Lake located 0.9 miles south of Joes Valley Reservoir.  The Department of Wildlife Resources of Utah (DWR) stocks this lake with Rainbow and Brook Trout.

Rock Creek Boating Site

Rock Creek Lake is a favorite fishing spot for visitors and locals alike. The launch ramp at Rock Creek Lake can handle small trailers and car top boats.  There is a 5 mph speed limit on Rock Creek Lake.

Colby Meadows Winter Recreation Area

The Colby Meadows area offers 9 miles of ungroomed cross-country ski trails for beginning and advanced skiers.  Colby Meadows is located on the western slope of the Sierra Nevada Range.  Take Highway 32 to the Humboldt Road (County Road 91422) to the Jonesville Snowmobile staging area.  Start at forest road 27N07 off of the Humboldt Road.  Skiers are reminded to park away from the groomed trails…

Mason Draw Campground

Mason Draw Campground offers 5 first come/first serve campsites that are available for $10/night.  It is located just off the La Sal Loop Road near the Castle Valley Overlook. This is a basic campground with vault toliets, campfire rings, and picnic tables. There is no water available. For more information, please contact the Moab Ranger District, 435-259-7155.

Glass Creek Campground

Located in pine forest north of Mammoth Lakes, this campground has 66 campsites. While the sites are dry, with no hook ups they are large and can accommodate RV's up to 45 ft. This is a great location to explore the nearby Owens River Headwater and Obsidian Dome areas. Bring your own water. 14 day stay limit. Self register when you arrive, no reservations. This is Bear Country. Please store food…

Deanes Valley Campground

This campground is managed by Outdoors in Plumas Deanes Valley Campground is located approximately 7 miles southwest of Quincy along the 24N28 Road in the Meadow Valley area. It is one of the few campgrounds on the Mt. Hough Ranger District that allows OHV trail access directly from the campground.  There is a vault toilet, but no…

Milk Creek Sno-Park

Easy access off HWY 410 near the town of Cliffdell. Parking to accommodate 10 vehicles, Information board, Sani-can. See Washington State SnoPark website

Joes Valley Loop

This loop ride is 35 miles long and begins at the Reeder Staging Area for OHVs less than 50 inches wide.  From the Staging Area travel north onto Reeder Trail #5091 (Arapeen Route #5) for approximately 8.8 miles to Reeder Ridge Road #50054 (still Arapeen #5).  Turn left (west) and travel for approximately 0.6 miles to Skyline Drive #50150 (Arapeen Route #1).  Turn left (south) and travel for…

Lee Vining/ Mono Lake

The northernmost part of Inyo National Forest, Mono Lake and the gateway to Yosemite are near the community of Lee Vining, California.  

Lander

The Washakie Ranger District is administered from the ranger district office at 333 East Main Street in Lander, Wyoming. Lander is located at the foothills of the eastern slopes of the Wind River Mountains. Lander is home to the National Outdoor Leadship School and the Lander Brew Fest. Sinks Canyon State Park - where the Popo Agie River mysteriously disappears - is nearby.

Icicle Creek Trailhead

WARNING: The bridge over French Creek 1.5 miles up Icicle Creek Trail #1551 is broken due to damage from heavy winter snowpack and is unsafe to cross. There is no way to ford the creek due to high water. No access to French Creek Trail #1595 or beyond bridge on Icicle Creek Trail. It is not known when bridge will be replaced. See Photos…

Hanging Rock OHV System

The Hanging Rock area of the Wayne National Forest provides some excellent opportunities for riding off-highway vehicles (OHVs). This system has 26 miles of trail available for off-highway vehicle, mountain bike, and hiking use. These trails wind through an area strip-mined in the 1960's and 1970's. Much of the upland area was badly scarred, and some areas are left with steep slopes providing…

Twin Peaks Camping Area

One campsite at the trailhead near the lookout includes a primitive table and fire ring.

 

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