USFS Cancels Campground Closures

USFS Cancels Campground Closures

US Natl Forest ServiceUSFS Cancels Campground Closures on Remaining National Forests in California


VALLEJO, Calif. – The USDA Forest Service Pacific Southwest Region canceled the remaining developed campground closures on National Forests.


Regional Orders 21-1 and 21-3 are linked within. The Pacific Southwest Region’s eighteen National Forests align with the state of California’s zones as follows:

Southern – San Bernardino, Los Padres, Cleveland, Angeles, Inyo National Forests

Northern – Mendocino, Modoc, Six Rivers, Shasta-Trinity, Klamath, Lassen National Forests

San Joaquin – Stanislaus, Sierra, Sequoia National Forests

Greater Sacramento – Eldorado, Tahoe, Plumas National Forests, Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit (LTBMU).


The Forest Service manages 18 National Forests in the Pacific Southwest Region, which encompasses over 20 million acres across California, and assists State and Private forest landowners in California, Hawaii and the U.S. Affiliated Pacific Islands. National forests supply 50 percent of the water in California and form the watershed of most major aqueducts and more than 2,400 reservoirs throughout the state. For more information, visit


I posted this just in case anyone wanted to go camping in Stanislaus Forest campgrounds.  I’ve seen photos of Mi Wuk Village decks.  You can barely see the railings.  Not quite camping weather unless you’re a snow camper.  ‘Tis beautiful however.


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