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National Forests are located throughout California, from the Baja borders near San Diego up to the Oregon coast. National Parks are usually surrounded by US National Forests & make camping 'outside the park' the best option for those looking to stay away from the masses.

National Forests are located throughout California, from the Baja borders near San Diego up to the Oregon coast. National Parks are usually surrounded by US National Forests & make camping 'outside the park' the best option for those looking to stay away from the masses.

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Picture of California (Southern) - Angeles National Forest Atlas
California (Southern) - Angeles National Forest Atlas
National Forest Atlases are full color atlases, containing 8.5 x 11 inch topographic quadrangle maps at 1 inch to the mile scale and are available for many of the forests in California.
$36.00 excl tax
Picture of California (Southern) - Angeles National Forest Map
California (Southern) - Angeles National Forest Map
The Angeles National Forest is one of the most unique National Forests. This rich, diverse resource, which covers 1,000 square miles, is the backyard playground of Los Angeles, attracting more than 32 million visitors each year. Its proximity to the city, and its relationship with the city's inhabitants, make the Angeles a truly urban National Forest! In contrast to the nearby city,these roads will take you to natural environments of oak thickets,chaparral, high desert landscapes, pine forests, rivers, lakes, and streams. You'll enjoy spectacular scenery, developed campgrounds and pinic areas, swimming, fishing, or the solitude of quiet wilderness areas. Winding throughout the forest are trails for hikers, equestrians, mountain bikers and off-highway vehicle enthusiasts.
$20.00 excl tax
Picture of California (Southern) - Cleveland National Forest Map
California (Southern) - Cleveland National Forest Map
The Cleveland National Forest is the southern-most of the national forests in California. Its 567,000 acres are located in Orange, Riverside, and San Diego Counties, at elevations ranging from 460 to 6,271 feet. A warm, dry Mediterranean climate prevails over the Cleveland National Forest--hot in the summer, mild in the winter. Most of the forest vegetation is chaparral, predominantly coastal sage, chamise, manzanita, and ceanothus.
$20.00 excl tax
Picture of California (Southern) - Cleveland National Forest Atlas
California (Southern) - Cleveland National Forest Atlas
National Forest Atlases are full color atlases, containing 8.5 x 11 inch topographic quadrangle maps at 1 inch to the mile scale and are available for many of the forests in California.
$36.00 excl tax
Picture of California (Southern) - Inyo National Forest Map
California (Southern) - Inyo National Forest Map
The Inyo National Forest is an outdoor playground for millions of visitors every year. The Forest extends 165 miles along the California and Nevada border, and covers about 2 million acres. Located mostly on the eastern slope of the Sierra Nevada ranger, the Forest contains pristine lakes, high elevation meadows, winding streams, unique Jeffrey Pine forests, rugged peaks, and arid Great Basin mountains. Elevation range from 4000' in Owens Valley, to 14,496' at Mt. Whitney, the highest peak in the contiguous United States.
$20.00 excl tax
Picture of California (Southern) - Inyo National Forest Atlas
California (Southern) - Inyo National Forest Atlas
$72.00 excl tax
Picture of California (Southern) - Los Padres National Forest Map - North
California (Southern) - Los Padres National Forest Map - North
Los Padres National Forest encompasses nearly two million acres in the beautiful Coast and Transverse Mountain Ranges of central California. The forest stretches across almost 220 miles north to south from the spectacular Big Sur coast in Monterey County to the western edge of Los Angeles County and includes two separate land divisions. Elevations in the forest range from sea level to 8,800 feet. Los Padres is often thought of as "brush country," but in fact consists of an amazing variety of landscapes. Major ecosystems include chaparral (68% of the land area), oak woodland, mixed conifer, coast redwood, grassland, pinyon-juniper, semi-desert scrub and riparian. The forest provides habitat for about 500 animal species and nearly 1200 plant species.
$20.00 excl tax
Picture of California (Southern) - Los Padres National Forest Map - South
California (Southern) - Los Padres National Forest Map - South
Los Padres National Forest encompasses nearly two million acres in the beautiful Coast and Transverse Mountain Ranges of central California. The forest stretches across almost 220 miles north to south from the spectacular Big Sur coast in Monterey County to the western edge of Los Angeles County and includes two separate land divisions. Elevations in the forest range from sea level to 8,800 feet. Los Padres is often thought of as "brush country," but in fact consists of an amazing variety of landscapes. Major ecosystems include chaparral (68% of the land area), oak woodland, mixed conifer, coast redwood, grassland, pinyon-juniper, semi-desert scrub and riparian. The forest provides habitat for about 500 animal species and nearly 1200 plant species.
$20.00 excl tax
Picture of California (Southern) - Los Padres National Forest Atlas
California (Southern) - Los Padres National Forest Atlas
National Forest Atlases are full color atlases, containing 8.5 x 11 inch topographic quadrangle maps at 1 inch to the mile scale and are available for many of the forests in California.
$64.00 excl tax
Picture of California (Southern) - San Bernadino National Forest Map
California (Southern) - San Bernadino National Forest Map
The San Bernardino National Forest is situated in the San Gabriel, San Bernardino, San Jacinto, and Santa Rosa mountains about 60 miles east of Los Angeles. The Forest is a rich and diverse biological resource of trees, rivers and streams, fish, birds, reptiles, mammals and myriad of interrelated life forms and natural resources. The Rim of the World Scenic Byway is the major access route through the San Bernardino National Forest. This drive takes you through some of the most beautiful areas in Southern California. Spectacular views are everywhere along the route as well as areas of biological and historical significance. There are also stops along the byway where you can view displays on the history of the mountains and a chance of seeing local wildlife.
$20.00 excl tax
Picture of California (Southern) - San Bernadino National Forest Atlas
California (Southern) - San Bernadino National Forest Atlas
National Forest Atlases are full color atlases, containing 8.5 x 11 inch topographic quadrangle maps at 1 inch to the mile scale and are available for many of the forests in California.
$36.00 excl tax
Picture of California (Southern) - Sequoia National Forest Map
California (Southern) - Sequoia National Forest Map
The Giant Sequoias John Muir wrote about are found only in the Sierra Nevada. The largest of all trees, sequoias tower more than 270 feet high and reach diameters of 30 feet. There are 38 sequoia groves in the Giant Sequoia National Monument. The Boole Tree is the last of the huge giant sequoias that had grown until the 1890s in the Converse Basin. It is the largest tree on the National Forest System land and is recognized as one of the largest trees in the world. The Trail of a Hundred Giants at the Redwood Meadow Campground on the Western Divide Highway provides interpretation about the life among the giants sequoias. In April 2000, President Bill Clinton signed a proclamation at this site, establishing the 327,769 acre Giant Sequoia National Monument.
$20.00 excl tax
Picture of California (Southern) - Sequoia National Forest Atlas
California (Southern) - Sequoia National Forest Atlas
National Forest Atlases are full color atlases, containing 8.5 x 11 inch topographic quadrangle maps at 1 inch to the mile scale and are available for many of the forests in Califorina.
$44.00 excl tax
Picture of California (Southern) - Sierra National Forest
California (Southern) - Sierra National Forest
The Sierra National Forest, located on the western slope of the central Sierra Nevada, is known for spectacular mountain scenery and abundant natural resources. Placed under Federal protection and management in 1893, when the area was designated the Sierra Forest Reserve, these lands have met public needs for wood, water and outdoor recreation for more than a century. Today, the Forest's many developed recreation areas and its rugged wilderness make it one of the most poplar National Forest in the United States. The Sierra National Forest encompasses more than 1.3 million acres between 900 and 13,986 feet elevation. The terrain includes rolling, oak-covered foothills, heavy forested middle elevation slopes and the starkly beautiful alpines landscape of the High Sierra. Abundant fish and wildlife, varied montane flora and fauna and numerous recreation opportunities make the Sierra National Forest and outdoor lover's paradise.
$20.00 excl tax
Picture of California (Southern) - Stanislaus National Forest Map
California (Southern) - Stanislaus National Forest Map
Nestled between Lake Tahoe and Yosemite National Park, the Stanislaus National Forest awaits you with its soaring crests, sparkling mountain lakes, towering forests and canyons carved by cool rushing rivers. Here you can cast for trout in over 800 miles of streams, kayak on a lake, raft a river, hike a wildflower strewn trail to find solitude and pristine conditions or simply relax in the majestic beauty of the breathtaking landscapes. Whether you are young or old, with kids or without, the Stanislaus National Forest is the place to be. With spectacular beauty and unsurpassed recreation, there is something here for every visitor to enjoy.
$20.00 excl tax
Picture of California (Southern) - Stanislaus National Forest Atlas
California (Southern) - Stanislaus National Forest Atlas
National Forest Atlases are full color atlases, containing 8.5 x 11 inch topographic quadrangle maps at 1 inch to the mile scale and are available for many of the forests in California.
$36.00 excl tax
Picture of California (Southern) - Cleveland National Forest - Agua Tibia & San Mateo Canyon Wilderness
California (Southern) - Cleveland National Forest - Agua Tibia & San Mateo Canyon Wilderness
These two southern California Wilderness areas, in the Cleveland National Forest, total approximately 55,000 acres. This area ranges from 1,700 to 5,000 feet in elevation in moderate to steep terrain. Vegetation is chaparral at lower elevations changing to oak, pine and fir forests at higher elevations. Best time to visit is spring and fall.
$20.00 excl tax
Picture of California (Southern) - Inyo National Forest - Ansel Adams Wilderness
California (Southern) - Inyo National Forest - Ansel Adams Wilderness
This 230,300 acre wilderness was formerly the Minarets Wilderness, and is part of the Inyo and Sierra National Forests. The Ansel Adams was renamed in 1984 to honor the pioneering landscape photographer and is known for spectacular alpine scenery. Elevations range from 7,000 to 14,000 feet. The central area has many lakes. Rugged area includes the high country east of the Sierra crest. Pacific Crest and John Muir Trails cross this area.
$20.00 excl tax
Picture of California (Southern) - Stanislaus National Forest - Carson-Iceberg Wilderness
California (Southern) - Stanislaus National Forest - Carson-Iceberg Wilderness
The 158,900 acre Carson-Iceberg Wilderness has varied topography with 12 prominent peaks exceeding 12,000 feet in elevation. This area is part of the Stanislaus and Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forests. Rugged granite peaks and boulders, steep ridges, and long valleys with meadows are typical. There are a few lakes and the headwaters of several rivers in this area.
$20.00 excl tax
Picture of California (Southern) - San Bernadino National Forest - Cucamonga Wilderness
California (Southern) - San Bernadino National Forest - Cucamonga Wilderness
Rough terrain, sharp peaks and steep mountainsides are characteristic of this 12,800 acre area of the Angeles and San Bernardino National Forests. Elevations range from 5,000 to 9,000 feet.
$20.00 excl tax
Picture of California (Southern) - Los Padres National Forest - Dick Smith Wilderness
California (Southern) - Los Padres National Forest - Dick Smith Wilderness
This extremely rugged area with numerous drainages, located about 12 miles from Santa Barbara, is in the Los Padres National Forest. Elevations range from 3,750 to 6,500 feet. The area is mostly chaparral with scattered pine at higher elevations.
$20.00 excl tax
Picture of California (Southern) - Sierra National Forest - Dinkey Lakes Wilderness
California (Southern) - Sierra National Forest - Dinkey Lakes Wilderness
This 30,000 acre wilderness is in the Sierra National Forest on the west slope of the Sierra Nevada southeast of Huntington Lake. Most of the Dinkey Lakes Wilderness consists of rolling, timbered terrain, with sixteen lakes clustered in its west central region. Much of the Wilderness is above 8,000 feet; its highest point, Three Sisters Peak, is 10,619 feet. Large meadows are found in the north central region of the Wilderness, and along Helms Creek.
$20.00 excl tax
Picture of California (Southern) - Sequoia National Forest - Dome Land Wilderness
California (Southern) - Sequoia National Forest - Dome Land Wilderness
The Dome Land Wilderness derives its name from the massive granite domes, rugged cliffs, and unique geological formations found throughout this scenic area. The majority of the Dome Land is semiarid to desert-like in apperance. Vegetation is primarily pinyon pine woodlands in the eastern half and Jeffrey pine in the western half with red fir, lodgepole and foxtail pines at the higher elevations. There are unique varieties of Potentilla, buckwheat, phacelia and nemacladus found within the Wilderness boundaries. The geology of the area is dominated by Mesozoic granitic rock with numerous domes. Three major Tertiary volcanic outcrops lie between Taylor and Manter Creeks. There are several small waterfalls along the South Fork of the Kern River, especially on Taylor and Manter Creeks. The River below Rockhouse Meadow flows through a rugged and steep granite gorge with many whitewater rapids.
$20.00 excl tax
Picture of California (Southern) - Stanislaus National Forest - Emigrant Wilderness
California (Southern) - Stanislaus National Forest - Emigrant Wilderness
The Emigrant Wilderness is located on the upper western slope of the central Sierra Nevada Mountain Range and is contiguous with the Yosemite Wilderness to it's south, the Carson-Iceberg Wilderness just to the north, and the Hoover Wilderness to the east. It is an elongated area that trends northeast about 25 miles in length and up to 15 miles in width. Watersheds drain to the Stanislaus and Tuolumne Rivers.
$20.00 excl tax
Picture of California (Southern) - Inyo National Forest - Golden Trout/South Sierra Wilderness
California (Southern) - Inyo National Forest - Golden Trout/South Sierra Wilderness
Encompassing 475 square miles in the Sequoia and Inyo National Forests, the Golden Trout Wilderness offers some of the most diverse terrain in the Sierra Nevada. Deep conifer forests, clear subalpine lakes, high desert plateaus, sheer escarpments, the wild and scenic Kern River and mile wide open meadows are all found within its borders. Elevations range from 4,800 feet at the Forks of the Kern to 12,900 feet at Cirque Peak. The Golden Trout has many miles of trails, and is particularly well suited to stock users. The South Sierra Wilderness encompasses 93 Square miles. The eastern portion lies along the rugged Sierra crest, while the western portion consists of gently sloping country ideal for hiking and riding. The terrain is mostly granitic in orgin, with some volcanic features. Fragile meadowlands, diverse flora and fauna between forested ridges, rolling hills, and steep peaks are typical. Elevations range from 6,100 feet near Kennedy Meadows to 12,123 feet at Olancha Peak.
$20.00 excl tax
Picture of California (Southern) - Sequoia National Forest - John Muir/Sequoia-Kings Canyon Wilderness
California (Southern) - Sequoia National Forest - John Muir/Sequoia-Kings Canyon Wilderness
This 581,000 area is the largest wilderness area in California, and is located in the Inyo and Sierra National Forests. The area was named for the prominent naturalist and environmentalist. It is the most-visited wilderness in the state. Elevations range from 4,000 feet to over 14,000 feet at Mount Whitney. The Pacific Crest and John Muir Trails run through this area.
$24.00 excl tax
Picture of California (Southern) - Sierra National Forest - Kaiser Wilderness
California (Southern) - Sierra National Forest - Kaiser Wilderness
This 22,700 acre wilderness in the Sierra National Forest lies just north of Huntington Lake. Named after Kaiser Ridge, this area is divided into two distinctly different regions. Elevations range from 7,000 feet to more than 10,000 feet. The southern half of Kaiser Wilderness rises gradually from the summer homes, resorts and campgrounds on the north shore of Huntington Lake. There are five trailheads along this southern boundry. The northern half of the Kaiser Wilderness is rockier and more exposed than the southern half. The descent from Kaiser Ridge into this area is difficult and often extremely steep. Four trailheads provide access into the northern half of the wilderness.
$20.00 excl tax
Picture of California (Southern) - Sequoia National Forest - Monarch Wilderness & Jennie Lakes Wilderness
California (Southern) - Sequoia National Forest - Monarch Wilderness & Jennie Lakes Wilderness
The rugged Monarch Wilderness dramatically rises from 2000 foot elevation at the South Fork of the Kings River to over 11,000 foot evelation at Hogback Peak. Vegetation includes chaparral, yucca, Jeffrey and Ponderosa pine, red fir, Giant Sequoia, and alpine conifer forests of whitebark pine. Mountain meadows, shallow lakes, and spectacular multicolored geologic formations contribute to the overall beauty of the Wilderness. The 10,500 acre Jennie Lakes Wilderness lies in the southeast corner of the Hume Lake Ranger District and is adjacent to the back country wilderness of Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks. There are 26 miles of trail within the Jennie Lakes Wilderness including a loop trail connecting both Jennie and Weaver lakes. Other trails provide access to National Parks. The Jennie Lakes area is a lovely mixture of lakes, meadows, forest, and streams. Vegetation includes red fir, lodgepole pine, western white pine, and an abundance of wildflowers in the spring. Evelation starts at 7,000 feet and reaches uo to 10,365 foot summit of Mitchell Peak.
$20.00 excl tax
Picture of California (Southern) - Cleveland National Forest - Pine Creek & Hauser Wilderness
California (Southern) - Cleveland National Forest - Pine Creek & Hauser Wilderness
These two wilderness areas of the Cleveland National Forest consist of over 21,000 acres. The two vary in topography and vegetation. The mountainous terrain, steep slopes, and rock outcrops of the Hauser are quite different from the gently sloping area of Pine Creek. Elevations range from 1,600 feet to 4,000 feet. The Pacific Crest Trail passes just east of this area.
$20.00 excl tax
Picture of California (Southern) - San Bernadino National Forest - San Gorgonio Wilderness
California (Southern) - San Bernadino National Forest - San Gorgonio Wilderness
In the summit region of the San Bernardino National Forest lays the 58,700 acre San Gorgonio Wilderness. Vegetation ranges from desert to alpine flora. This very rugged terrain ranges in elevation from 7,000 feet to over 11,000 feet.
$20.00 excl tax
Picture of California (Southern) - San Bernadino National Forest - San Jacinto Wilderness
California (Southern) - San Bernadino National Forest - San Jacinto Wilderness
This 33,400 acre wilderness is part of the San Bernardino National Forest and lies on either side of San Jacinto State Wilderness. This rugged mountain area is excellent for rock climbing. Elevations range from 6,000 to 10,000 feet.
$20.00 excl tax
Picture of California (Southern) - San Bernadino National Forest - Santa Rosa Wilderness
California (Southern) - San Bernadino National Forest - Santa Rosa Wilderness
This 19,800 acre wilderness is in the Santa Rosa Mountains of the San Bernardino National Forest. Vegetation ranges from desert agave and creosote to mountain pinon pine and juniper. Unique plants and bighorn sheep can sometimes be found in this area.
$20.00 excl tax
Picture of California (Southern) - Los Padres National Forest Map - Ventana & Silver Peak Wilderness
California (Southern) - Los Padres National Forest Map - Ventana & Silver Peak Wilderness
Established first as a Primitive Area in 1931, the Ventana was reclassified as Wilderness in 1969. Through expansions in 1978, 1984, 1992 and 2002 the Ventana Wilderness now contains 240,026 acres. The wilderness is named for the Ventana Double Cone. According to legend, a notch at the peak's summit (4,853 feet) was once covered by a natural rock bridge. Early Spanish inhabitants named the outcrop "Ventana" meaning "window." This 31,555 acre wilderness was created by the Los Padres Condor Range and River Protection Act of 1992. With additions in 2002 as part of the Big Sur Wilderness and Conservation Act, the Silver Peak Wilderness extends from the Big Sur Coast inland to the Salinas River Valley and includes the coastal watersheds of Salmon, Willow and Villa creeks. At 3,590 feet, Silver Peak is the highest point within the wilderness. The peak is named for the silvery sheen of the chaparral vegetation that covers its slopes.
$20.00 excl tax