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  • GRAYS MEADOWS Located in the eastern Sierra, six miles west of the town of Independence, California near Onion Valley and the Shepherd Pass Trailhead. Campground is located next to a stream that is stocked weekly. Flush toilets are provided throughout the campground.
  • Willow Creek Community Service District 530-629-2136,, P. O. Box 8, 135 Willow Road, Willow Creek, California, 95573, INFO: RV Host for 11 campsites on Trinity River- Full Hook up. Camp Kimtu - beach, fishing, nearby markets, restaurants, etc.
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  • Tamarisk Mobile home & RV Park 18025 Langlois Road, Desert Hot Springs, Riverside, CA, 92241- Info: 96 full hook-up sites makes us your home away from home for fun in the sun all year long.

California State and National Parks

  • Tahoe National Forest 2005 is the 100th anniversary of the creation of the United States Forest Service. Beginning with the charge from our first Chief, Gifford Pinchot to provide the "greatest good for the greatest number in the long run", the United States Forest Service manages millions of acres of national forests and grasslands throughout the United States with the current mission statement of "Caring for the Land and Serving People." During 2005, we'll be sharing some of the images and stories from the Tahoe NF archives as we celebrate our Centennial year. Stay tuned!
  • Stanislaus National Forest Welcome to the Stanislaus National Forest, where you can fish in over 800 miles of rivers and streams, stay in a campground, or hike into the backcountry seeking pristine solitude. You can swim near a sandy beach or wade into cold clear streams cooling your feet while lost in the beauty of nature, raft the exciting Tuolumne River, or canoe one of the many gorgeous lakes. You can ride a horse, a mountain bike or a snowmobile. Clearly the choice is yours in the special places of the Stanislaus National Forest.
  • Six Rivers National Forest Six Rivers National Forest lies east of Redwood State and National Parks in northwestern California, and stretches southward from the Oregon border for about 140 miles. It encompasses 957,590 National Forest acres and 133,410 acres of other ownership. more »
  • Sierra National Forest The Sierra National Forest, located on the western slope of the central Sierra Nevada, is known for its spectacular mountain scenery and abundant natural resources. The Sierra National Forest encompasses more than 1.3 million acres between 900 and 13,986 feet in elevation. The terrain includes rolling, oak-covered foothills, heavily forested middle elevation slopes and the starkly beautiful alpine landscape of the High Sierra.
  • Shasta-Trinity National Forest As the largest national forest in California, the employees of the "Shasta-T" manage a healthy forest by enhancing wildlife habitat, maintaining clean water, producing timber products, and safeguarding communities at risk from wildfires. With a diverse landscape ranging from 1,000 to 14,162 feet, the 2.1 million acre Forest encompasses five wildernesses, hundreds of mountain lakes, and 6,278 miles of streams. The Forest is a haven for outdoor enthusiasts providing recreational opportunities for hunting, fishing, hiking, biking, camping, mountain climbing, skiing, and scenic driving.
  • Sequoia National Forest The Sequoia National Forest and Giant Sequoia National Monument are named for the giant sequoia, the world's largest tree. The landscape is as spectacular as its 38 groves of giant sequoia. Majestic granite monoliths, glacier-torn canyons, roaring whitewater, and lush meadows await your discovery at the southern end of the Sierra Nevada Mountain Range.
  • San Bernardino National Forest Welcome to the San Bernardino National Forest! Located adjacent to southern California's large urban population, the mountains of Southern California offer unique opportunities for residents and visitors alike. The clean air, blue skies, mountain lakes, challenging trails, and beautiful views of the valley below are just some of the surprises awaiting visitors. Ranging in elevation from 2,000 feet on the valley floor to 11,502 feet at the top of Mount San Gorgonio, they contain many different habitats and over 440 species of wildlife for visitors to enjoy.
  • Plumas National Forest On this date 100 years ago, the Forest Service was created as an agency with a unique mission: to sustain healthy, diverse, and productive forests and grasslands for present and future generations. As the agency approaches its centennial, we ask that you join us in reflecting on the organization’s proud history and traditions and exploring ways to move into a new century of “Caring for the Land and Serving People.”
  • Modoc National Forest This site is the official web site of the Modoc National Forest. Here you will find information and links to and about the recreation and management activities associated with Modoc National Forest located in the northeastern corner of California. Modoc National Forest has outstanding opportunities for recreation, special habitat management, unique species viewing, sustainable ecosystem and watershed management.
  • Mendocino National Forest 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.
  • Los Padres National Forest Los Padres National Forest encompasses nearly two million acres in the beautiful coastal mountains of central California. The forest stretches across almost 220 miles from the Big Sur Coast in Monterey County to the western edge of Los Angeles County.
  • Lassen National Forest 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.
  • Lake Tahoe Basin Management Area Located in the Sierra Nevada mountains, Lake Tahoe's beautiful, sapphire-blue waters straddle the California-Nevada state line. The lake's elevation averages 6,225 feet, and surrounding peaks reach heights of up to 10,880 feet. Relaxation and recreation abound in the Lake Tahoe Basin. Please come and enjoy one of your national treasures.
  • Klamath National Forest With elevations that range from 900 to 9,000 feet above sea level, the Forest is truly one of America’s most biologically diverse regions.
  • Inyo National Forest Located in California's beautiful Eastern Sierra, the Inyo National Forest offers clean air, crystal blue skies, mountain lakes and streams, challenging trails, high mountain peaks, and beautiful views. With over two million acres, the Inyo National Forest is home to many natural wonders, including Mt. Whitney, Mono Lake, Mammoth Lakes Basin, and the Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest, as well as seven Congressionally-designated Wildernesses, comprising over 650,000 acres of land. Recreational opportunities include camping, picnicking, hiking, backpacking, equestrian use, and off-highway vehicle use. Two ski resorts offer alpine skiing and snowboarding; over 100 miles of trails groomed for multiple purpose winter use (snowmobile, skiing, and hiking), and approximately 45 miles of trails groomed for cross-country skiing.
  • Eldorado National Forest Mother Nature has been extremely active this winter. Snow levels have not been this deep in 10 years i.e.: 15 feet at Loon Lake (6,000 feet in elevation). The majority of the roads on the forest are inaccessible due to snow levels. Dru Barner campground near Georgetown is the only Forest Service campground open. Sly Park campground (EID) is open in the Pollock Pines area. Skiing conditions are good. Be careful in the backcountry since avalanches are always a possibility.
  • Cleveland National Forest The Cleveland National Forest is a very special place in southern California. The forest is a haven for wildlife and plants. The wild shrub and tree-covered mountains are remnants of a landscape that at one time covered most of southern California. With the settling of missions, towns, cities, and suburbs, populated areas now surround the mountains. Natural areas for plants and animals have become smaller and smaller, and in some cases, have disappeared. In December 1999, the Cleveland National Forest completed the Southern California Mountains and Foothills Assessment. This assessment discusses habitat and species conservation issues
  • Angeles National Forest The Angeles National Forest is located within an hour's drive for more than 20 million people who live in the Greater Los Angeles area, and provides a wealth of recreation opportunities

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