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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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Tony TR 706

Tony Trail is 1.8 miles in length. It is blazed with Dark Green blazes. It is rated as Moderate.

Rafter Take-Out Parking

Upper Salt River, River Access Point, Accessible toilet building, accessible parking

Dog Creek Campground - reserve

Overview:  Dog Creek Campground is located four miles north of the town of Pine, Idaho, in a ponderosa pine forest. Situated along the banks of Dog Creek, at the foot of the Trinity Mountain Range and within 1/8 mile of the South Fork Boise River. Some sites were burned in the wildfire of 2013. There is a total of 13 sites. Deer and humming birds were often sighted. Fishing is allowed in South Fork Boise River…

Humber Park Trailhead Parking

Two trails start at this site: Devils Slide Trail 3E05 and Ernie Maxwell Scenic Trail 3E07. Both trails enter the San Jacinto Wilderness area and bicycles are not allowed. Paved parking and vault toilets at the trailhead. Call the Idyllwild Ranger Station for current conditions: 1-909-382-2921. Adventure Pass or a National Parks Pass required; acquire before arriving at Humber Parking…

Escondido Campground

Camp is located among oak trees and grassland meadow. The Arroyo Seco River is nearby. There are 9 campsites.  Reservations: 8 campsites can be reserved through  or call 1-877-444-6777.  (1) campsite is on a first-come, first-serve basis.

Tortilla Flat Resort

Commercial Site, Please call for information, Tel: (480) 984-1776, Paved Boat Launch, Concessionaire

Silver Creek Campground and Group sites - reserve

Overview: Silver Creek Campground is located 25 miles north of Garden Valley, Idaho, in beautiful Peace Valley at an elevation of 4,490 feet. Peace Valley offers great trail opportunities. Fishing and hunting are popular activities as well. Natural Features: The campground is situated among a mixed-growth lodgepole pine forest, which provides partial shade. Silver Creek runs alongside the campground. A variety of…

Skyline OHV Road 2N27Y

This road is just over one mile long and connects Banff OHV Road 2N28Y to Crab Flats OHV Road 3N34.

McGill Campground

The campground has 73 campsites complete with a picnic table, barbecue and fire ring. In a Mixed conifer forest. Room for tents and RVs. Beautiful scenic views. Picnic tables, fire rings, vault toilet. No water. Reservations:  54 sites campsites are now on the reservation system. 18 sites are first-come, first-serve.  Group Campgrounds by reservation only: …

West Twin Lake

This is one of our Backcountry sites which is a near- wilderness single party site and is accessible only by foot or boat. These sites are first come, first served. There is one site on this lake, each have a fire grate, a latrine and may have a picnic table. A few reminders: Hang food packs, put your fire out each time you leave your campsite, treat or boil all water, wash yourself and dishes at least 150ft from…

Dogtown Lake Campground

Dogtown Lake got its name from the extensive prairie dog towns that once covered open areas near the lake. In spite of the name, this medium-sized body of water is actually surrounded by trees. Today, you'll find fewer prairie dogs than forest visitors, who've come to camp and fish for the trout, crappies, and channel cats stocked here. Near the lake, visitors can enjoy a guided nature trail and a hiking…

Red Rock

Up river to Gibraltar reservoir. The " low road" is considered the Red Rock trail and follows the river. You will find several large swimming holes along the trail. The most popular pool "Red Rock Pools" is 1/2 mile from the trailhead and can be crowded with visitors on weekends. The more secluded pools are further upriver. Combine the low road and the high road for a pleasant seven mile loop.…

Camp Four Lake

Camp Four Lake is a small lake with a carry-in access that is roughly ¼ mile from the parking area. There are 2 back country campsites on this lake. Nearby lakes include: Dark Lake, Knuckey Lake and…

Stack Rock Trailhead

The Stack Rock trail is an awesome intermediate-level day hike with lots of shade. Beginning from the trailhead about 13 miles up Bogus Basin Road (look for a gravel pull-out on your left), the Stack Rock trail winds through the beautiful pine trees. The trail leads to Stack Rock, an imposing granite tower with amazing 360 degree views of the Treasure Valley, Horseshoe Bend, and beyond.

Long Meadow Group Campground

57 miles SE of Porterville via State Hwy 190 and Western Divide Highway.  Group site for 36 people. Suitable for 16' long RV's; elevation 6,500 feet; toilet; No water; open May to October; supplies at Ponderosa Lodge and R-Ranch. By reservation only. Rocky Mountain Recreation (RMR)All developed campground areas on the Forest operate under a concessionaire permit with RMR. For additional information,…

16E08- Las Chiches

Las Chiches Cut Off . 16E08. Blue Diamond. More Difficult. Open to Motorcycles/ATVS / 4WD. From the intersection of Five Points, the first section is open to all trail vehicle types, which has several steep sections that are best suited for intermediate to advanced riders. This route follows ridge tops and provides the rider with outstanding vistas of the valleys below. The last mile intersects with Las Chiches…

McGillivray Campground and Group Sites

The McGillivray Campground has 33 total campsites and provides three opportunities for group rental camping. The group shelter will accommodate up to 200 people making it great for reunions and receptions. The two smaller group sites will accommodate up to 25 people each and are both located within the campground. Both group sites are ideal for campers to share an area with friends and family. In addition…

Unknown Pond North Trailhead

This trail crosses to the Kilkenny Ridge Trail and is a shorter, but steeper route to scenic Unknown Pond than from the Southern Trailhead. There are designated tent sites and an outhouse at Unknown Pond, but not at the trailhead. Mill Brook Road is gated closed in the winter.

Powder Can Picnic Area

Powder Can is a developed picnic area near Hume Lake with a vault toilet and parking. At the site you will find tables, charcoal grills, and information boards. Hume Lake offers many recreation opportunities such as: hiking, non-motorized boating, fishing and swimming.

Tunnel Rock Campground

Tunnel Rock campground is located seven miles from Lewiston, north on County Road 105, and approximately 19 miles from Weaverville and offers fishing, camping, shade and beautiful scenery. This campground is across the road from the lake, about 250 feet from the water's edge, near a popular fishing spot. Each site is equipped with a table and fireplace. Boat launching and rentals can be found 1 mile…

#1028 Berray Mountain West Trailhead

Berray Mountain West Trail #1028 intersects Berray Mountain Trail #967 approximately ½ mile from the historic Berray Mountain lookout tower. This trail enables users the ability to reach the summit of Berray Mountain in a shorter distance than the traditional route (Berray Mountain Trail #967).  This trail is mostly used by hikers since the road to the trail is long and not conducive to travel with a…

Liberty Springs Tentsite

​This tentside, built and maintained by the Appalachain Mountain Club, is situated on Mt. Liberty off the Liberty Spring Trail (Appalachian Trail) 0.3 miles below the junction with the Franconia Ridge Trail. There are seven single and three double tentpads. A composting privy and dishwashing station are provided. The water source is an excellent spring. Seasonal caretaker.

Indian Basin Grove

Indian Basin Grove is a mid size grove of 448 acres with the popular Princess Campground and Indian Basin interpretive trail within its boundaries. Before the Forest Service acquired the grove in the 1930s the area was privately owned. Between 1901 and 1907 the Sanger Lumber Company removed all the mature trees including the ancient giant sequoias. Lumbermen hauled the trees by cable railways over Converse Mountain…

McCloud Reservoir Boat Ramp

  BOAT DOCK IS IN. Description: The Boat Ramp Facility at the McCloud Reservoir offers public access to the lake that is managed by PG&E. Facilities include parking for vehicles with trailers, two picnic tables, garbage pick-up, and a vault toilet. Day use only.  Features: The McCloud Reservoir/McCloud Dam is the division between the Upper McCloud River and the Lower McCloud River.…