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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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Rec area marker Ranch (62) Trailhead Printable Resources: Ranch Trail #62 Trail Description and Map (893 KB; Black and White; 8.5” X 11”) Lynx Lake Recreation Area Brochure (1,020 KB; Color; 8.5” X 17”)   Facilities No drinking water Vault toilet No garbage service - Please pack it out
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Rec area marker Reid Lake Foot Travel Area The Reid Lake Area is a little over 3,000 acres in size. The forest in the area is primarily hardwoods and creates a small, remote, lake environment. The lake is a small, 13-acres, with a variety of fish.
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Rec area marker Rim Campground Trailhead Needs Descrption
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Rec area marker River Road Trailhead The River Road Trailhead provides direct access to several trails and areas: Prairie Creek Woods Trail Buttonbush Pond River Road Seedbeds South Patrol Road Prairie Restoration   To access the trails from the River Road Trailhead, visitors must first exit the deer fence that surrounds the parking area and seed beds. A pedestrian gate is provided at the north end of the parking lot.
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Rec area marker Romance Header General Forest Camping Recreation Opportunity Guide
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Rec area marker Ruby Meadows Trailhead Ruby Meadows is a popular trailhead for ATVs, motorcycles and mountain bikes, located southeast of Warren Wagon Road in the Burgdorf area. There is a dispersed camping area with a toilet. The camping area is shaded by tall timber.  The trail system connects users with Loon Lake area via the Willow Basket Creek Trail #141. Directions:   Travel north from McCall 30 miles and turn right on Forest Road 364 into the Ruby Meadows dispersed camping area.
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Rec area marker Salmon River West Trailhead This trail accesses the Salmon-Huckleberry Wilderness Area and travels through mossy old growth forest next to the wild and scenic Salmon River.  Chinook and Coho salmon, along with Steelhead, Rainbow and Cutthroat trout are found in the river.  There are several established campsites along the way making this trail an excellent choice for backpacking. Provides access to: Salmon River Trail (west access point to the Salmon River Trail). Provides parking for roughly 10 medium sized vehicles. PICNIC TABLE, TOILET, INTERPERTIVE SIGN, GARBAGE CAN MAY15-OCT1
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Rec area marker Sandy River Delta Sandy River Delta is a multi-use recreation area open to horseback riding, hiking, biking, and even hunting in the allowable area. A quick drive from Troutdale and not far from Portland, this is a great spot for a nature getaway. Its views, extensive trail system, and easy mountain biking make this site a quick retreat from the city.  A network of trails includes Sandy River Delta Trail #4417. Trail distances from the parking area:
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Rec area marker Secesh River Trailhead Located adjacent to the Secesh Horse Campground on Lick Creek Road
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Rec area marker Silver Basin Trailhead Hikers can follow a 3 mile section of the Santa Fe National Historic Trail to Timpas Picnic Area. Stone posts mark the trail, beginning from the shelter.
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