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Harpers Hunt Camp

Get back to nature while enjoying primitive camping. Hunting This location is used primarily as a hunt camp during general gun season.

Timothy Lake- North Arm Campground

The North Arm Campground is tucked away on the north shore of Timothy Lake, in the shadow of Oregon's Mt. Hood. The campground contains an improved boat launch and dock, parking, and water. The campground offers 14 campsites for tent and RV camping. There are four hike-in campsites available as well. The campground offers fishing, swimming, and access to the popular…

Clover Springs Picnic Area

This picnic area only has single sites.This picnic site closes at 10:00 p.m. dailey

Kah Sheets Lake Cabin

The Kah Sheets Lake modified A-frame cabin is barrier-free with a barrier-free outhouse, boat/floatplane dock, and connecting trails. Oil heater (#1 stove oil only), sleeping loft, wooden table and benches, covered deck, outhouse, dock, and 2 rowboats. Life jackets, stove oil, bedding, and cooking utensils are not provided. The surrounding area is a mixture of muskeg meadows and forest. The cabin lies in an open…

Quartz Ridge Staging Area

Small staging area off Hall Creek Road. The stagging area is designed for pick up and drop offs only.

Burnt Lake Trailhead (North)

The Burnt Lake North Trailhead leads to the Burnt Lake Trail in the Mt. Hood Wilderness Area.  You may continue up to Zigzag Mountain with views above treeline.  The Burnt Lake Trail also has wonderful old cedar snags showing remnants of a wildfire that came through around 1900. Capacity for 10 medium sized vehicles. PICNIC TABLE, TOILET, INTERPERTIVE SIGN, GARBAGE CAN May 15- Oct 1Provides access to: the…

Preston Valley Campground

This campground has firewood available to purchase.

White Sulphur Springs Cabin

Rustic 12' x 14' Pan Abode style cabin with plywood bunks; table and benches; wood stove; capacity 4 persons. Newly built in 2012. The White Sulphur Springs bathhouse has been re-opened for public use. Temporary stabilization has been completed on the building making it safe for use during the next 3-5 years.

La Jara, CO

Located on US Highway 285, 14 miles south of Alamosa. Home of the Conejos Peak Ranger District.

Tall Pines

The Tall Pines Discovery Trail is an interpretive trail with two loops.  Each loop is about a mile in length.  Interpretation focuses on environmental science topics in longleaf pine ecosystems.  The trail winds though longleaf pine stands and provides views of several ponds and a wildlife opening.  The trail is an easy…

Everman

This body of water is part of the Duchesne drainage.

Tanis Mesa North & South Cabins

The Tanis Mesa North Cabin is located in a duplex with the Tanis Mesa South Cabin, southeast of Yakutat. The surrounding terrain is mostly flat, with blueberry and willow shrubs. Wildlife in the Brabazon Mountain Range include moose, brown bear, and mountain goats. Tanis Lake is a 2 mile hike north from the cabin; Fassett Glacier can be seen calving into the lake. The cabin is equipped with wooden bunks, table,…

Rio Grande Reservoir Boating Site

This is a primitive boat ramp and reservoir access road about 1/2 way along the Rio Grande Reservoir. There is a vault toilet here. Not recommended for large boats and long trailers.  Motors are allowed on this large reservoir.  Fish are stocked during summer months.

Shingle Creek, Lower

This body of water is part of the Provo drainage.

Grahams

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

Sheridan North Swim Beach

The Sheridan Lake North Swim Beach is a busy recreation area in the summer. A picnic area, boat launch, group campground, marina and store are located adjacent to the campground.

Mix Lake Campground

10,000-foot elevation. 22 campsites near Mix Lake. Convenient to the Conejos River, the San Juan Wilderness, Platoro Reservoir, and other nearby ponds and lakes. Numerous trailheads in the area. Mix Lake Campground is one mile west of Platoro in the Conejos River drainage. This is a good access point for the South San Juan Wilderness. Mix Lake, Platoro Reservoir, Conejos River, Lily Pond and Kerr Lake can all be…

Citico Creek

With it's headwaters coming out of the Citico Wilderness Area, Citico Creek offers a quiet retreat for those seeking solace. Citico Creek is a primary destination for trout fishermen and those seeking primitive camping experiences. It stocked with rainbow trout by Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency March through August.  To learn more about fishing regulations in Citico Creek, visit TWRA's…

Summerdale Campground

Located just 1.5 miles from Yosemite National Park, Summerdale Campground sits in a scenic wildflower-filled meadow, surrounded by fir, cottonwood and cedar trees. The campground's proximity to Yosemite, the excellent fishing at Big Creek and the cooler summer temperatures make it a very popular destination. Summerdale is located in the Highway 41 Corridor of the Bass Lake Ranger District, an area known for its…

Trailshead Snowmobile Trailhead

The Trailshead Snowmobile Trailhead is the epicenter of snowmobiling in the Black Hills. There are nearly ten trails to choose from within a few miles of the trailhead. Those trails extend west into Wyoming, north to Deadwood, and south to Bear Mountain - providing an incredible amount of variety to riders. The trailhead is privately owned so respect private property by remaining on roads, parking lots, and trails,…

Au Sable River Primitive Camping

Ausable River Primitive Camping is not a physical campground located at one location. A series of 102 individually designated single-family campsites are located on a 55-mile stretch of the Ausable River shoreline and bluffs within Alcona and Iosco Counties, from 4001 Bridge to Oscoda. Maps…

Unaka Ranger Station

The Unaka Ranger Station can provide additional visitor information, and has an outlet that sells maps, books, passes, and permits. 

Lone Sequoia Trailhead

Lone Sequoia Trailhead

 

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