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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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Colorado Campground

This family-oriented campground has 80 campsites with parking areas up to 30 ft. long. Picnic tables, fire grates, water, and trash collection are available. There is also an amphitheater. This is a standard, non-electric site.


The Switzerland Trail (National Forest System Road 327) is an old railroad grade that zigzags across the mountains of Boulder County. The narrow-gauge railroad transported people, supplies and ores between the City of Boulder and the county's mining communities, including Gold Hill, Ward, Cardinal, Nederland and Eldora from 1883 to 1919. The rails have long-since been removed, but many people today enjoy driving…

Crystal Creek Campground

***A storm came through the area on 6/12/22 causing numerous trees to fall along with significant rain and flows in the Gros Ventre River. The BTNF will be assessing the stream bank and hazard tress to determin the long term safety of the campground. Until this determination is made the Crystal Creek Campground is CLOSED.*** Crystal Creek Campground is located along the Gros Ventre River and Crystal Creek, both…

Fourmile Winter

The Fourmile WinterTrail is 5.5 miles long. It begins at Forest Road 634 - Plumtah Rd. and ends at Fourmile Trail (569). The trail is open for the following uses: Snowmobiling

Trout Creek Campground

Trout Creek Campground is a fun, family campground situated along the South Santiam River, 20 miles east of the town of Sweet Home, Oregon. Many of the 24 sites are right on the river, tucked under the cool shade of Douglas-fir and Hemlock trees. The campground was built by the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) in the 1930s and includes a welcoming day use shelter with a fireplace and five pull-through RV…

Sawtooth Trailhead

Provides access to: Sawtooth Trail #3256 which enters Wenaha-Tucannon Wilderness. This trailhead offers ample parking, but there are no facilities or water available.

Divide Forks Campground - Grand Valley RD

The Divide Forks Campground sits at 9200-foot elevation. There are 11 campsites with a maximum spur length is 20 feet.

Blue Bay Campground

Blue Bay Campground is on the south shore of Suttle Lake' There is a boat launch adjacent to this campground. Find a map of this campground here.

Spring Camp Campground

The Spring Camp Campground is TEMPORARILY CLOSED due to the Bobcat Fire. When open... General Camping Info: Find helpful guidance and tips for an enjoyable trip to the forest! Know Fire & Other Restrictions Before You Go!: These conditions can affect…

East Fork Trailhead

East Fork Trailhead consists of two parking areas, one for passenger vehicles and one for vehicles with trailer. Facilities include a vault toilet, hitching rails and a stock ramp.

Lake Creek Campground

Lake Creek is a small, 11 site campground shaded with abundant trees. Some sites are streamside. Close access to Wilderness and non-Wilderness trails in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains.    All dates are weather dependent. All services may not be available early or late in the season.

Saxon Mountain

Saxon Mountain road north of Georgetown is a steep shelf road with many switchbacks. Good view of Georgetown and surrounding mining history. The road is wide most of the way but very narrow in a few places. Rock falls are a common occurrence with the possibility that a large boulder could block the road at any time. A high-clearance/4-wheel drive vehicle is recommended. Click here for more information about…

Kelly Park Cross Country Ski Trailhead

You can find this trailhead approximately 10 miles outside of Pinedale, up a plowed road. This is a popular trailhead as it is a central hub to all the groomed ski trails in the Skyline Drive Area. There is access to Kelly Park Loop, Fortification Mountain Trail, Tie Trail, Sweeney Creek Trail, Old Road Trail, Grouse Mountain Trail and Pole Creek Cutoff Trail.

Miller Creek Campground

Miller Creek Campground is located where Miller Creek flows into Lemon Reservior.  It has 12 campsites with a choice of sun or shade and easy access to the water; 5 of the sites share a large parking area.  RVs can be leveled without much difficulty. The campground has a concrete boat ramp at its north end. Services include water, trash pickup, fire grates, picnic tables, and pit toilets.…

Bedrock Day Use Area

This site offers a small parking area and a vault toilet just east of the Bedrock Campground. There is no garbage service offered at this site. Nearby recreational opportunities are fishing and hiking.

Milepost 22/Spout Springs

Snowmobiling - On ORE 204 across from Spout Springs Ski Area. Umatilla National Forest.

Weir & Johnson Campground - Grand Valley RD

At 10,500-foot elevation. 11 campsites. Maximum spur length is 33 ft. The campground is a single loop located between the Weir & Johnson and Sackett Reservoirs. The trees are primarily Engelmann spruce. Some sites overlook one or the other reservoir. The mosquitoes are plentiful; repellent is recommended.

Quinn Meadow Horse Camp

Quinn Meadow Horses Camp features horse sites adjacent to a network of trails to ride on the southwest side of Mt. Bachelor and surrounding areas. This site is located between Devils Lake and Elk Lake and provides access to the…

Tubing Hill

Santiam Sno-Park » Tubing Hill Santiam Sno-park is best known for the snow play area located here. This is  the only recommended tubing site at Santiam Pass. The run is cleared of trees for your safety. Some safety thoughts to remember when tubing: Use only inner tubes or saucers on…

Cheesman Canyon Trailhead

The Cheesman Canyon Trailhead is located along Jefferson County Route 126, approximately 22 miles from south of Pine Junction from US Highway 285. The five-mile Gill Trail #610 follows the South Platte River through Cheesman Canyon and ends at the upper…

Willow Creek Fishing Site

Minimally developed site on Willow Creek Reservoir with parking for about 10 vehicles. Site provides access for shoreline fishing and for launching non-motorized, non-trailered boats. Within Arapaho National Recreation Area.

Green River Lake Lodge

Reservations can only be made through www.Recreation.Gov. Reservations may not be made more than six months in advance of arrival date. This log cabin lodge is set upon the lake-shore of the lower Green River Lake. A commanding view of Squaretop can be seen right from the living room of this 2 bedroom/2 bath rental cabin. The master room has a outstanding view of…