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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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Josephine Campground

A rustic setting above Josephine Creek and the Illinois River.   Facilities 6 campsites with picnic tables, and fire pits No drinking water Vault toilet No garbage disposal - Please pack it out

Boca Campground

**Please read the Forest Order (linked HERE) for Camping & Campfire Restrictions** Boca Campground is located on Boca Reservoir in the Tahoe National Forest, 15 minutes from Truckee, California. The campground is situated on a peninsula above the western shore of Boca Reservoir. Mature Jeffrey pine and fir trees provide some shade…

Pacific Crest Trailhead - Summit Lake

This trailhead provides access for the Pacific Crest Trail at Summit Lake. The segment of the trail accessed from this trailhead follows open rolling country along the crest of the Cascade Mountains. The trail passes through common alpine vegetation of mountain hemlock, lodgepole pine, western white pine, Pacific silver fir and…

Black Mesa Ranger District

Black Mesa Ranger District is the westernmost ranger district on the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests. Located only 2 1/2 hours from the Phoenix Metro area, the district is a popular destination for residents of the valley looking to escape the summer heat. Guidelines for Target Shooting on The Black Mesa Ranger District You may NOT discharge a firearm or any other weapon (including paintball guns, air guns,…

Little Cut Foot Sioux Boat Area

A concrete boat ramp provides access to the 660 acre Little Cut Foot Sioux Lake. The lake is east of MN Highway 46. Northern pike, walleye, cisco, perch and other panfish are found in this lake.

Spillway Group Campground

Spillway Group Campground is set among tall ponderosa pine, oak and Douglas fir overlooking scenic Woods Canyon Lake.  Woods Canyon Lake offers boating (electric trolling motors only) and fishing opportunities. A scenic loop trail circles the lake. Tents, trailers and small motorhomes up to 16 foot are allowed. Woods Canyon Lake Store and Marina is within walking distance and offers groceries as…

Hot Springs Boating Site

This site is located on East Lake in Newberry National Volcanic Monument and near East Lake Hot Springs. There is a fish cleaning station at this boating site and there is a toilet available as well. The best access to this area is by boat. Launch from the boat ramp to East Lake Hot Springs head westward and look for outcrops of…

Three C Rock Campground

Three C Rock Campground is named for a historic Civilian Conservation Corps camp built here in late 1930. Right on the South Umpqua River, it is a great spot for families to relax under a canopy of mixed conifers. This is the only spot along the South Umpqua River where fishing is permitted. Be advised there may be Poison Oak. Campground sits at 1,100 feet of elevation. Campground generally does not have snow cover…

Evans Creek Picnic Area

Located in a beautiful forest setting near Evans Creek Campground and 40 miles of combined four-wheel drive and motorcycle/quad trails of varying difficulty.  A covered picnic shelter is available on first come first served basis and is often shared by club members and volunteers who host several work parties to…

Copper Salmon Wilderness

The 13,757-acre Copper Salmon Wilderness is tucked away in the northwest corner of the Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest, 11 miles east of Port Orford on the Elk River, and includes the North and South Forks of Elk River and the upper Middle Fork of Sixes River. The area contains one of the nation's largest remaining stands of low-elevation old-growth forest, and in the north Fork of the Elk, one of the…

Briar Bottom Bicycle TR 1006

This bicycle trail circles around the Briar Bottom Group Campground and runs through a hemlock stand beside the South Toe River. Total Length: 0.6 mile Total Elevation Change: None Degree of Difficulty: Easy Beginning Point: Black Mountain Campground Ending Point: Black Mountain Campground Average Hiking Time: 1hour (one way) Amount of Use: Heavy Blaze Color: Yellow Area Trail Map: South Toe River, Mount Mitchell…

Sites Homestead

If you have an interest in history or gardening this is the place to visit! The Sites Homestead is coming alive to portray a time in its past when pioneers and early settlers established farms in the area. Gardens have been planted all around the homestead by Master Gardener Kaila St. Louis. Herbs, flowers, and vegetables from the mid-1800's are growing in profusion, creating a lovely accent to the house itself…

Comers Rock Recreation Area

Located on top of Iron Mountain at 3800 feet, a small primitive campground and historic picnic area await the true outdoor enthusiast. The log picnic shelter with large stone fireplace was built by the Civilian Conservation Corp. Within walking distance of the campground are long distance hikes in Dry Run Wilderness, 360 degree views from Comers Rock Overlook and former fire tower, and the Unaka Nature Trail. Less…

Noblett Lake Recreation Area

This beautiful recreation area was built in the late 1930s by men employed by the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC).  It is a popular picnic, boating, and fishing site.  Several scenic hiking routes have trailheads near Noblett Lake. Camp Willow housed the CCC and remnants of the camp can be seen about 2.5 miles east of AP Highway on Forest Road 108 (opposite the Noblett Lake Road).  Noblett Lake…

Tall Timbers County Park Organization Site

Tall Timbers County Park Organization Site

Many Lakes Trailhead

This trail meanders through a portion of the Three Sisters Wilderness. The terrain rolls through old growth forest past interesting rock features and scenic lakes. Many Lakes Trailhead provides access to: Many Lakes Trail #15

Upper Virginia Creek Primitive Campground

Rustic campsites with fire rings in Jeffrey Pine Forest. There is no water and  no trash service.  Please pack out your trash

Black Canyon West Trailhead

This trailhead is located near Wolf Mountain Lookout and provides access to the southwestern terminus of Black Canyon Trail (#820) within Black Canyon Wilderness.  View a…

Oregon Dunes Overlook and Day Use

The Oregon Dunes Day Use Area is a great place to experience the ever-changing sand dunes. Take in great views of the dunes and Pacific Ocean from wheel-chair accessible viewing platforms or hike through the dunes and coastal forest to the ocean. As one of the several areas of the Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area that is closed to Off Highway Vehicles (OHVs), dune explorers will find exceptional hiking…

Rucker Lake Campground

This is a PG&E lake/campground on the Tahoe National Forest. Car-top launch for kayaks and boats.  There is no boat ramp at the lake.

Bearpen Gap TR442

Bearpen Gap Trail is off of the Blue Ridge Parkway.  Trail class #, and is 12-20% grade.  Length .63 mile