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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 (Northern) - Eldorado National Forest
California (Northern) - Eldorado National Forest
Established in 1910, the Eldorado hosts over 2.1 million visitors each year. The Forest offers a wide variety of recreational opportunities to the forest visitor looking to explore, seek out new adventures, or revisit old memories. With over 80 developed campgrounds and picnic areas, hundreds of miles of roads and trails, multiple large lakes and reservoirs, innumerable miles of rivers and streams, great scenery, and an abundance of plant and wildlife, visitors can find a place or activity to suit them.
$20.00 excl tax
Picture of California (Northern) - Eldorado National Forest - Desolation Wilderness
California (Northern) - Eldorado National Forest - Desolation Wilderness
More than 100 lakes dot this heavily used 63,500 acre wilderness. The area straddles the Sierra crest near Lake Tahoe. The wilderness is jointly managed by the Eldorado National Forest and the Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit. Elevations are from 6,500 to over 10,000 feet. The Pacific Crest Trail runs the length of this wilderness. campgrounds and picnic areas, hundreds of miles of roads and trails, multiple large lakes and reservoirs, innumerable miles of rivers and streams, great scenery, and an abundance of plant and wildlife, visitors can find a place or activity to suit them.
$20.00 excl tax
Picture of California (Northern) - Klamath National Forest Atlas
California (Northern) - Klamath 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.
$64.00 excl tax
Picture of California (Northern) - Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest - Bridgeport Ranger District
California (Northern) - Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest - Bridgeport Ranger District
At 4.3 million acres the Toiyabe National Forest is the largest ational forest in the lower 48 states. The Bridgeport Ranger District manages over one million of those acres in Nevada and California. Many habitats and ecosystems exist within the boundaries of this Ranger District. Fishing enthusiasts enjoy sparkling mountain streams and glacial lakes. Visitors can observe native wildlife and explore the high elevation desert of the Great Basin, flower-filled meadows in the springtime, and snow-covered mountain peaks of the Hoover Wilderness. There are many activities that provide a relaxation and enjoyment.
$20.00 excl tax
Picture of California (Northern) - Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest - Carson Ranger District
California (Northern) - Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest - Carson Ranger District
The Carson Ranger District of the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forests extends along the eastern front of the Sierra Nevada Mountains, straddling the Nevada/California border in a strip about 15 miles wide and 96 miles long. From a few miles northwest of Reno, the lands stretch to the south through two states and eight countries along the Carson Range, passing between Lake Tahoe and Carson City, then on to Sonora Peak on the crest and Topaz Lake at the foot. The Washoe Indians inhabited the eastern slopes of these mountains in northern Nevada and eastern California. The name, "toiyabe" comes from a Shoshone Indian term meaning the "black mountains" and from a distance, the mountains look black because of the dark green pinyon and juniper stands covering the mountain range.
$20.00 excl tax
Picture of California (Northern) - Klamath National Forest - Marble Moutain Wilderness
California (Northern) - Klamath National Forest - Marble Moutain Wilderness
The Klamath National Forest is one of the most biologically diverse and uncrowded national forests in America. Some 100 miles wide and 85 miles long, its 1.7 million acres of terrain, waters, plants and animals combine with a wide-ranging climate to form a rich mosaic of beautiful landscapes. Klamath landscapes are ideal habitats for wildlife and people as well. Here you can enjoy attractive uncrowded settings for sightseeing, hiking, river rafting and kayaking, horseback riding, wildlife watching, camping, snowmobiling, fishing, hunting, mountain biking, nature study, exploring local history, and just relaxing. As a visitor to the Klamath, you add to its richness through your presence and careful enjoyment of its resources. The Klamath National Forest is truly a special place, and best of all it belongs to you.
$20.00 excl tax
Picture of California (Northern) - Klamath National Forest Map
California (Northern) - Klamath National Forest Map
The Klamath National Forest is one of the most biologically diverse and uncrowded national forests in America. Some 100 miles wide and 85 miles long, its 1.7 million acres of terrain, waters, plants and animals combine with a wide-ranging climate to form a rich mosaic of beautiful landscapes. Klamath landscapes are ideal habitats for wildlife and people as well. Here you can enjoy attractive uncrowded settings for sightseeing, hiking, river rafting and kayaking, horseback riding, wildlife watching, camping, snowmobiling, fishing, hunting, mountain biking, nature study, exploring local history, and just relaxing. As a visitor to the Klamath, you add to its richness through your presence and careful enjoyment of its resources. The Klamath National Forest is truly a special place, and best of all it belongs to you.
$20.00 excl tax
Picture of California (Northern) - Lake Tahoe Basin Atlas
California (Northern) - Lake Tahoe Basin 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.
$24.00 excl tax
Picture of California (Northern) - Lake Tahoe Basin Mangement Unit Map
California (Northern) - Lake Tahoe Basin Mangement Unit Map
The Forest Service established the Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit in 1973 to protect Lake Tahoe's water quality by specially managing the National Forest Lands in the Basin surrounding the Lake. Lake Tahoe is the largest high-altitude lake of its size in the United States, with an average surface elevation of 6,225'. The lake's shoreline is 72 miles long. The lake itself is 22 miles long and 12 miles wide.
$20.00 excl tax
Picture of California (Northern) - Lassen National Forest Atlas
California (Northern) - Lassen National Forest Atlas
$60.00 excl tax
Picture of California (Northern) - Lassen National Forest Map
California (Northern) - Lassen National Forest Map
The Lassen National Forest lies at the heart of one of the most fascinating areas of California, called the Crossroads. Here the granite of the Sierra Nevada, the lava of the Cascades and the Modoc Plateau , and the sagebrush of the Great Basin meet and blend. It is an area of great variety, greeting visitors and residents alike with a wide array of recreational opportunities and adventures. Fishing, hunting, camping, hiking, bicycling, boating , snowmobiling, cross-country skiing, and just exploring and learning about nature are among the many popular pastimes. Within the Lassen National Forest you can explore a lava tube or the land of the Ishi, the last survivor of the Yahi Yana Native American tribe; watch pronghorn antelope glide across sage flats or an osprey snatch fish from lake waters; drive four-wheeled trails into high granite country appointed with sapphire lakes or discover spring wildflowers on foot.
$20.00 excl tax
Picture of California (Northern) - Lassen National Forest - Ishi, Thousand Lakes & Caribou Wilderness
California (Northern) - Lassen National Forest - Ishi, Thousand Lakes & Caribou Wilderness
These three wilderness areas make up about 80,000 acres of the Lassen National Forest in northern California. This was the ancestral home of Ishi, the last member of the Yahi Yana Indian tribe. The Ishi is a land incised by wind and water, dotted with basaltic outcroppings, caves, and bizarre pillar lava formations. Unique to this area are the pineries-dense islands of ponderosa pine growing on terraces left after rivers cut the canyons. Volcanic and glacial formations, rocky ravines, mountain slopes, open meadows, and stands of lodgepole pine and red fir define the Thousand Lakes Wilderness. It is dominated by 8,677-foot Crater Peak, the highest point on the Lassen National Forest, and is a reminder of the glacial action that eroded Thousand Lakes Volcano and created the many small lakes and ponds scattered throughout. The Caribou Wilderness is 20,625 acres of gentle, rolling, forested plateaus with many forest fringed lakes. Reminders of volcanic and glacial origin can be seen throughout these wildlands. Crater peaks, cinder cones and numerous large and small depressions have become beautiful, timber-edged lakes and are scattered throughout this plateau region. The land itself is rough and broken. Caribou Peaks, Black Cinder Rock, and Red Cinder are points of interest.
$20.00 excl tax
Picture of California (Northern) - Mendocino National Forest Atlas
California (Northern) - Mendocino 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.
$40.00 excl tax
Picture of California (Northern) - Mendocino National Forest Map
California (Northern) - Mendocino National Forest Map
The Mendocino National Forest straddles the eastern spur of the Coastal Mountain Range in northwestern California, just a three hour drive north of San Francisco and Sacramento. Some 65 miles long and 35 miles across, the Forest's 913,306 federally-owned acres of mountains and canyons offer a variety of recreational opportunities - camping, hiking, backpacking, boating, fishing, hunting, nature study, photography, and off-highway vehicle travel. The only one of California’s 18 national forests not crossed by a paved road or highway, the Mendocino National Forest is especially attractive to people seeking an outdoor experience of tranquility and solitude.
$20.00 excl tax
Picture of California (Northern) - Mendocino National Forest - Snow Mountain Wilderness
California (Northern) - Mendocino National Forest - Snow Mountain Wilderness
The Snow Mountain Wilderness consists of 37,000 acres in the Mendocino National Forest. The Snow Mountain Wilderness straddles the summit of the North Coast Range within Colusa, Glenn and Lake counties. The central feature of this wilderness is the large, broad-topped Snow Mountain, which drains water toward the Sacramento River on the east and the Eel River Basin on the west. Elevations range from 1,800 feet in the gorge of the Middle Fork of Stony Creek to 7,056 feet on the summit of East Peak. The deep canyons skirting Snow Mountain compress ecological life zones, creating a unique biological sky-island. Fourty miles of trail are located in the Wilderness. This leaves a vast amount of acreage very remote and highly conductive to cross-country exploration. The moderate hike to the top of East Peak affords visitors a magnificent view of the Sacramento Valley and the Sierra Nevada Mountains to the west, and the timbered mountains of the Mendocino National Forest to the north.
$20.00 excl tax
Picture of California (Northern) - Modoc National Forest Atlas
California (Northern) - Modoc National Forest Atlas
$60.00 excl tax
Picture of California (Northern) - Modoc National Forest Map
California (Northern) - Modoc National Forest Map
Modoc Country, a land of contrasts and unspoiled settings for a vacation hideaway, nestled in the extreme northeastern corner of California. The vast expanse of the Modoc Country is 140 miles from Redding on Highway 299, and 170 miles from Reno Nevada over Highway 395. Modoc Country is bordered on the east by the dramatic Warner Mountain Range. Bordered by Oregon on the north and Nevada to the east, Modoc Country has the best of these varied lands- mountains, pines forests, meadows, lakes, streams, rugged canyons, wetlands, lava beds, and high desert plateaus. Crowds and congestion are nonexistent. Elevations range from 3,000 feet to 9,934 feet. Modoc Country is where the west still lives.
$20.00 excl tax
Picture of California (Northern) - Modoc National Forest - South Warner Wilderness
California (Northern) - Modoc National Forest - South Warner Wilderness
This 70,385 acre wilderness is located in the Modoc National Forest in the northeast corner of California. Seven peaks dominate the South Warner Wilderness. The most distinctive are Warren Peak at 9,710 feet in the north central section, and Eagle Peak at 9,892 feet, presiding in the south central section of the Wilderness. The massive cliffs rising dramatically behind Patterson Lake on the north side of Warren Peak are typical of the stricking beautiful geography in the Wilderness. This Wilderness is surrounded by trailheads, campgrounds, corrals, and staging areas that were designed for equestrians. There are also excellent facilities for non horse people to enjoy. Trailheads include: Pepperdine Trailhead and Campground are on the north, Soup Springs Trailhead and Campground is on the west, East Creek Trailhead and Campground are on the south. On the east side of the Wilderness is the small Emerson Campground and Trailhead.
$20.00 excl tax
Picture of California (Northern) - Plumas National Forest Atlas
California (Northern) - Plumas 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.
$48.00 excl tax
Picture of California (Northern) - Plumas National Forest Map - Bucks Lake Wilderness
California (Northern) - Plumas National Forest Map - Bucks Lake Wilderness
This 21,000 acre wilderness in the Plumas National Forest has a broad diversity of vegetation and topography. A few small lakes and ponds are located throughout the area. Elevations range from 2,000 to 7,000 feet. The Pacific Crest Trail crosses this area
$20.00 excl tax
Picture of California (Northern) - Plumas National Forest Map
California (Northern) - Plumas National Forest Map
The Plumas National Forest has something to offer everyone, whether you enjoy the solitude and challenge of remote areas or prefer developed recreational sites. You can find more than 1,000 miles of rivers and streams and over 100 tranquil lakes. Five large reservoirs support major developed recreational sites, and smaller, more rustic sites can also be found. Some of the most popular activities are scenic driving, camping, fishing, boating, swimming, hiking, skiing, seasonal hunting, bird and animal watching and holiday tree cutting. For the more adventurous, windsurfing, rock climbing, snow camping, and whitewater/kayaking rafting opportunities are available. If you prefer solitude to convenience, you may prefer to explore the back country and undeveloped areas of the Plumas.
$20.00 excl tax
Picture of California (Northern) - Plumas National Forest - Lakes Basin Sierra Buttes & Plumas Eureka State Park
California (Northern) - Plumas National Forest - Lakes Basin Sierra Buttes & Plumas Eureka State Park
This area offers an abundance of beautiful high mountain lakes with a variety of accessibility along with scenic rugged geological features of granitic ridges and glacially serrated rock outcroppings. Whether you come in spring, summer, fall or winter, many recreation activities are available. This area includes private and public land. The public land is managed by the Plumas National Forest (which includes the Lakes Basin Recreation Area), the Tahoe National Forest, and the Plumas-Eureka State Park.
$20.00 excl tax
Picture of California (Northern) - Plumas National Forest Map - Middle Fork Feather River
California (Northern) - Plumas National Forest Map - Middle Fork Feather River
The Middle Fork of the Feather River was one of the first nationally designated wild and scenic rivers. The river runs from its headwaters near Beckwourth to Lake Oroville, and has three zones: recreation, scenic, and wild. Any part of the river in this canyon may be rugged and difficult to access. In the wild zone, precipitous cliffs, waterfalls, and huge boulders discourage most people from trying to float or hike. While the scenic zones are less rugged, they still require great preparation and caution.
$20.00 excl tax
Picture of California (Northern) - Shasta-Trinity National Forest - Mt. Shasta Wilderness & Castle Crags Wilderness
California (Northern) - Shasta-Trinity National Forest - Mt. Shasta Wilderness & Castle Crags Wilderness
Spectacular sheer granite cliffs and spires attract visitors to this 11,000 acre wilderness in the Shasta-Trinity National Forest of northern California. Elevations range from 2,300 to 7,200 feet. There are five small lakes and numerous streams with large areas of bare outcrops and bare ground. The Pacific Crest Trail bisects the area in an east-west direction. The area adjoins Castle Crags State Park.
$20.00 excl tax
Picture of California (Northern) - Shasta-Trinity National Forest - Trinity Alps Wilderness
California (Northern) - Shasta-Trinity National Forest - Trinity Alps Wilderness
The Trinity Alps Wilderness is located in northwestern California west of Redding and east of Eureka. The Trinity Alps includes the head waters of the Trinity and Salmon rivers and is one of the largest parcels of backcountry land in the state growing to just over 515,000 acres. The Trinity Alps mountains include high, rough ridges with peaks ranging from 7,000 to 9,000 feet in elevation, deep glacial canyons, and spectacular mountain meadows. The Trinity Alps Wilderness takes in portions of three National Forests: Shasta Trinity, Klamath and Six Rivers.
$20.00 excl tax
Picture of California (Northern) - Shasta-Trinity National Forest - Yolla Bolly-Middle Eel Wilderness
California (Northern) - Shasta-Trinity National Forest - Yolla Bolly-Middle Eel Wilderness
The 151,626 acre Yolla Bolly-Middle Eel Wilderness lies between the north and south Yolla Bolly Mountains in rugged country of the headwaters of the Middle Fork of the Eel River. The Wilderness takes in portions of the Mendocino, Shasta-Trinity, Six Rivers National Forests, the Bureau of Land Management, and the Arcata Resource Area. Elevations range from 2,000 feet in Cottonwood Creek to about 8,000 feet on Yolla Bolly peaks. The Yolla Bolly are the headwaters of three major streams: the Middle Fork of the Eel River, the South Fork of the Trinity River, and the South Fork of Cottonwood Creek.
$20.00 excl tax
Picture of California (Northern) - Shasta-Trinity National Forest
California (Northern) - Shasta-Trinity National Forest
Welcome to the Shasta-Trinity National Forests. The Shasta-Trinity National Forests contain picturesque Mt. Shasta and the Trinity-Alps, as well as Shasta Lake and Clair Engle Lake. At Shasta Lake you'll find Shasta Dam, the second largest dam in the United States. The McCloud River corridor is a developed recreation area that includes 18 miles of the Upper McCloud River. It features 3 large waterfalls, two developed campgrounds and a riverside trail. Mount Shasta is a 14,162 foot high dormant volcano designated a Registered Natural Landmark. Trinity Alps Wilderness is the second largest wilderness in California. The Alps boasts about 100 remote lakes and over 50 peaks above 7000-feet elevation. The Trinity River offers excellent opportunities for river running, ranging from expert levels to novice summer rafting fun. There are numerous campgrounds along the river and plenty of trout and salmon fishing too. Shasta Lake, the largest human-made lake in California, offers a wide variety of water based recreation opportunities. Shasta Lake is dotted with resorts and marinas and numerous National Forest campgrounds and boat ramps. Trinity Lake, surrounded by forested mountains has three marinas and numerous National Forest campgrounds and boat ramps. The Philpot creek and trail passes through a forest that was disturbed by the fires of 1987. As you explore the trail you will discover how a mixed conifer forest regenerates naturally and with human help after a wildfire. The Vistas in the Indian Valley-Butter Creek Area are particularly attractive to mountain bikers and equestrians during the spring and summer and to cross country skiers in the winter. These roads and trails pass through a diverse forest environment and the scenery is beautiful.
$20.00 excl tax
Picture of California (Northern) - Six Rivers National Forest Map
California (Northern) - Six Rivers National Forest Map
The Six Rivers National Forest, a relatively undiscovered natural gem, is a mountain playground for the North Coast and interior valley communities. With over 35% of California's wild and scenic rivers on federals lands, its 1,500 miles of waterways offer fantastic whitewater and river recreation opportunities. The combination of dramatic settings, water-based recreation opportunities, outstanding salmon and steelhead fishing, remoteness from major urban populations, and rich cultural heritage make the Six Rivers National Forest a perfect choice for every visitor. Also on this map the Smith River National Recreation Area (NRA) has all the best of California's North Coast, offering diverse botanical and wildlife habitat, and the enticing crystal clear waters of the state's purest river stretching from the coastal mountains to the redwood forest. Further south the steelhead trout capital of the world, the Orleans Ranger District, provides rugged mountains, steep canyons, and old trees in the heart of Bigfoot country.
$20.00 excl tax
Picture of California (Northern) - Six Rivers National Forest - Siskiyou Wilderness
California (Northern) - Six Rivers National Forest - Siskiyou Wilderness
The forested mountains, valleys and meadows of the Siskiyou Wilderness in California offer vistas of incredible beauty, diverse landscapes and remote solitude. Designated in 1984, the Siskiyou Wilderness was named for the rugged mountain headwaters of the Smith, Klamath and Illinois rivers in northwestern California. Forested ridges with high craggy peaks, fragile mountain meadows, small glacial lakes, and a mosaic of dense old-growth confier forest, mixed hardwood and shrub vegetation characterize the Siskiyou Wilderness landscapes.
$20.00 excl tax
Picture of California (Northern) - Six Rivers National Forest Atlas
California (Northern) - Six Rivers 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.
$48.00 excl tax
Picture of California (Northern) - Tahoe National Forest
California (Northern) - Tahoe National Forest
The Tahoe National Forest, covering 800,000 acres, offers an abundance of natural beauty and historic charm. Visitors can choose from a wide range of activities, including exploring beautiful high mountain lakes, the fascinating geology of the Sierras, or the rugged Granite Chief Wilderness. The 1,500 to 9,400 foot elevation range of the Tahoe provides a wide variety of year-round recreational activities. There are also wonderful opportunities for discovering the rich history of the area. As long as 4,000 years ago, the ancestors of the Washoe, Maidu, and Nisenan people lived in the area that is now the Tahoe National Forest. Though their permanent homes were generally at lower elevations outside the Forest boundary, they ranged widely throughout the forest from spring to fall, hunting game and gathering acorns, berries, seeds and other foods and natural materials.
$20.00 excl tax