Framed by distinctive geology and views of a timeless landscape, the Modoc National Forest is a place where solitude and recreation come together connecting people to the land and the past. These ecosystems with their rich habitat create abundant opportunities for recreation around water, wildlife viewing, fishing and hunting. A network of scenic drives provide local communities and growing urban areas easy access to a rich heritage of land use and culture, from Native Americans to present day ranching. In concert with communities, the forest provides learning opportunities that invite visitors to stay, enjoy, and care for the forest in ways that maintain this remote, quiet character.Use our web site to help you plan your visit to the Forest. Navigate by choosing your planned recreational activity in the left menu. If you have a favorite area in mind, it may be faster to use the "Find An Area" link in the right-hand column. The current status of the campgrounds is listed in the table below with a link to more information. For current conditions, please call the ranger station for the district you are wishing to visit.Also be sure to look at the Alerts & Notices page to view any emergency closures or other information that might affect your visit.All campsites within the Modoc National Forest are "first come, first served." All campsites must be occupied the first night. Stay limit is 14 days. There is a group camp site at Blue Lake Campground. Campers wishing to use the group site must occupy a minimum of three camp pads and they all must be occupied the first night. The site is not recommended for groups over 50. Signs have been posted at the entrance and the exit of the group site. For fee information, please contact the Warner Mountain Ranger District office at 530-279-6116.
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