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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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Hunts Canyon Trailhead

Generally open May to Octoberr, as weather and conditions allow. Access/entry point to the Table Mountain Wilderness.

Rabb Park #747 Trailhead

Trailhead for Rabb Park Trail #747.

Nino Picnic Site

CLOSED. Elevation: 1500-Foot Elevation Amenities: 2 Picnic sites- picnic tables, no FS provided fire appliances. No toilets, No trash receptacles. No water available. Seasonal stream water (treat before using). However, water flow may be low or non-existent due to reduced rainfall. Please bring enough water for cooking, cleaning and drinking. Pack In-Pack Out. Hiking: Access to the Gabrielino National…

Coyote TH, Coyote Trls 05620, 05619, 05851, FR 462

Coyote Trailhead provides access to the Manzanita Mountains Trail System. The turn off to Coyote Trailhead is approximately 2 miles south of I-40, on NM 337. The first trailhead on that turn off is Chamisoso Trailhead. It …

74 Mountain #153 Trailhead

Trailhead for Mogollon Trail #153 and access into the southwestern portion of the Gila Wilderness. Nine (9) miles of this trail, from trailhead to junction with Trail Canyon Trail was logged in the summer of 2017. This trail is a great access to the wilderness from Gila/Cliff region. It provides access to Mogollon Baldy. Mogollon Creek is still a lush place to hike despite some flooding.  

Meadow Group Campground

  Elevation: 5200-Foot Elevation Amenities: 2 Group campsites can accommodate up to 24 people in site 1; up to 80 people in site 2. Vault toilets. There is no water available. Please bring enough water for cooking, cleaning, and drinking.  Hiking: The Silver Moccassin Trail is just a 1 mile hike to the trailhead; Chilao Visitor Center 1.5 miles away.   Fees: Camping…

Watson

This body of water is part of the Provo drainage.

East Fork Group Picnic Area

This wooded picnic area is located near Rock Creek next to the East Fork Reservoir.  

Steward J. Adams Education Site

As a part of the Crow Valley Recreation Area (CVRA), the Steward J. Adams Education Site was named for an educator who valued the grassland environment. While the Education Site is a great place to observe the night sky, birds, and other wildlife, it can be used for any gathering of up to 100 people.  Located at the end of the…

Rock Springs Campground

This small campground is convieniently located just off of Forest Road 17.  Nestled among pondersoa pine trees, this secluded campground offers a wonderful place for those in search of a quiet place to stay, whether camping or just needing a quiet place to spend the night while traveling from Burns to John Day, Oregon.  The campground has light use until big game hunting seasons.  Visitors can enjoy…

Hidden

This body of water is part of the Provo drainage.

Big Creek Campground

Big Creek Campground feature a hosted, 22-site campground with picnic tables, vault toilets, fire grates, and potable water.  There is a boat ramp for river launching.   The campground is 20 miles north of Columbia Falls on the North Fork Road.  This is bear-country; proper food storage is required.  This campground has a 14-day stay limit. Pets must be on a leash at all…

Big Bend Picnic Site

The Big Bend Picnic Site is located along Highway 40 in a lodgepole pine forest setting with scenic views. Facilities: There are seven sites with tables and fire grates. A restroom is available, but there is no drinking water. Recreation: There are several hiking, scenic driving, camping and fishing opportunities nearby. Note: The picnic area is open year-round however accumulated snow during the winter and early…

Vee Lake Trailhead/Campground

Vee Lake Trailhead/Campground is a ending point for the southern segment Fremont National Recreation Trail in the North Warner Mountains. The trailhead is located one hour 15 minutes northeast of Lakeview, Oregon.  The site overlooks Hart Mountain National Wildlife Refuge

Fairholme Olympic Discovery Trailhead

Provides access to: Olympic Discovery Trail on the west side of Crescent Lake.

Lost Lake

This body of water is part of the Provo drainage.Operating a boat with anything other than an electric motor is prohibited on Lost Lake

Eagle Meadow Horse Camp

  Eagle Meadow Horse Camp

Monarch Lake Trailhead

The Monarch Lake Trailhead is located in the Arapaho National Recreation Area amd serves as a major access portal for the Indian Peaks Wilderness. Facilities include parking for approximately 40 vehicles, restrooms and a wilderness information cabin. View a COTREX area…

Hanan/Coffeepot Springs Trailhead

Provides access to: Hanan Trail #142. The trailhead is located one hour southwest of Paisley, Oregon and sits at 6820 feet in elevation. The historic Hanan Trail #142 accesses roadless country between Coffeepot Springs and the confluence of Boulder Springs with the Sycan River. The trail cuts through a range of environments…

Triangle Lake Horse Camp

Triangle Lake Horse Camp is located on the south end of Triangle Lake in the Olallie Scenic area. While the lake is not visible from most camp sites, it is just a short walk or ride down the hill. This campground offers tranquil sites in a setting of lodgepole pines and mountain hemlocks. Long gravel parking pads accommodate both camp vehicles and horse trailers. A variety of trails are open to horse riding.…

Lake Charles

Situated in the western Ocala National Forest, Lake Charles is south of CR 314-A, east of CR-314, and north of SR 40 at Lynne, in the same floodplain as Redwater Lake. Boating and Fishing The lake has an unimproved boat ramp that makes this location an ideal spot for launching your boat just for fun or for fishing.  Nature Viewing Wildlife is abundant at Lake Charles. Sandhill cranes and…

 

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