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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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Fairfield Ranger District

The Fairfield Ranger District, established in 1906 with consolidation of the Shake Creek and Fairfield Ranger Districts in 1972, encompasses 420,720 acres of Forest system administered lands and contains over 680 miles of streams and more than 20 high mountain lakes. There are many mountains on the District over 9,000 ft. in elevation, with four peaks--Baker Peak, Big Peak, Two Point Mountain, and Smoky…

Pioneer Campground

Pioneer Campground, which is situated next to Soldier Mountain Ski Area, is a developed campground composed of 5 units on Soldier Creek. The campground can be reserved in its entirety for groups of up to 50 people. The amphitheater and adjacent picnic area can be used for group events. Campground amenities include picnic tables, fire rings, drinking water and a restroom. The South Fork and North Fork of Soldier…

Minidoka Ranger District

The Minidoka Ranger District encompasses 604,168 acres of National Forest system land. Wildflowers, wildlife and recreation opportunities abound on its five unique divisions--Cassia, Albion, Sublett, Raft River and Black Pine. The Cassia Division, 40 miles south of Twin Falls, contains over 450 miles of streams, including the main Rock Creek drainage, popular with many anglers. The Albion Division, located 20 miles…

Cassia Division

The Cassia Division is a short 40 minute drive south of Twin Falls and is known to local residents as the "South Hills." The division's proximity to Twin Falls makes this area appealing to residents of the Magic Valley. The Cassia Mountain Range rises to a top elevation of 8,400 ft. and these scenic mountains are covered by a variety of rangeland and forest vegetative types. Mixed stands of subalpine fir,…

Lower Penstemon Campground

Lower Penstemon Campground is located 27 miles south of Hansen, ID on Rock Creek Road/County Rd. G3. The campground is located next to the Fourth Fork of Rock Creek (the main fork).  There are 7 single family/individual sites in the campground.  Camping fees are $8.00 per night.  Sites can be reserved through Recreation.gov.  Individual sites reserved through Recreation.gov will be…

Upper Penstemon Campground

Upper Penstemon Campground is located at the base of Magic Mountain Ski Area. This is a fee campground composed of 8 individual units and 1 group unit. Fee envelopes and a collection box are provided near the entrance and reservations are recommended. This area is accessible for a season that varies usually between June and September. Sites are handicapped accessible and campground amenities include a baseball…

Diamondfield Jack Campground

Diamondfield Jack Campground and Picnic Area is located at the end of a paved road in Rock Creek. The campground is suitable for motor homes, trailers, and tent camping. This area is accessible year around. Campground amenities include drinking water, wheelchair accessible toilets, picnic tables, warming shelter, parking area, and fire rings. It is a winter play area from December through March. Pike Mountain…

Father and Sons Campground

CLOSED DUE TO FIRE DAMAGE   Father and Sons Campground and Picnic Area is a developed campground located near Cottonwood Ridge. The campground is composed of 12 individual units and 1 group units that can accommodate a total of 100 people. The campground is suitable for trailer and tent camping. This area is accessible for a season that varies usually between June and September. Campground amenities…

Ketchum Ranger District

The Ketchum Ranger District is located in the northwest portion of the Sawtooth National Forest. The District covers 321,544 acres of mountains and hills filled with sage, aspen, pine and fir. Five hundred miles of streams course through the District and the major river drainage is the Big Wood River whose headwaters are located north of Ketchum on Galena Summit. In addition to these waterways, there are over 90…

Sawmill Campground

Sawmill Campground has 3 small, tight campsites; each with a fire ring and a picnic table.  Sites to pitch a tent are small and limited by aspen within the campground.  Parking is limited.  Large RVs and  trailers are not recommended.  A single-unit, ADA-accessible SST vault toilet is found at the campground.  Individual campsites are not considered…

Federal Gulch Campground

Federal Gulch Campground is a non-fee, non-reservation campground located on the East Fork of the Wood River. The campground is composed of 3 campsites on the East Fork of the Wood River. This area is generally accessible May through October. Campground amenities include toilets, picnic tables, and fire rings. The Federal Gulch Trailhead is located at the campsite and trout fishing is available in the…

Sawtooth National Recreation Area

The Sawtooth National Recreation Area (Sawtooth NRA) consists of 756,000 acres of beautiful mountanious scenery. The Sawtooth NRA includes the Sawtooth Wilderness, Cecil D. Andrus-White Clouds Wilderness, and the Hemingway-Boulders Wilderness areas. The Sawtooth NRA has over 700 miles of trails, 40 peaks rising over 10,000 feet and 300-plus high-elevation alpine lakes that add to the spectacular scenery and vistas.…

 

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