Frequently Asked Questions About Klamath National Forest
Is there a fee to get into Klamath National Forest?
No, there is not a fee to get into Klamath National Forest. However, you may need a pass to collect firewood, cut down a Christmas tree, or participate in various recreational activities within the forest.
Does Klamath National Forest offer free camping sites?
Yes, Klamath National Forest has free camping sites. Dispersed camping is allowed in many parts of the forest and does not cost. There are also developed campgrounds where campers can stay for a fee.
Is there a limit to how long you can camp in Klamath National Forest?
Yes, there is a limit to how long you can camp in Klamath National Forest. Dispersed campers may stay 30 days within a one-year period. Developed campgrounds post the number of days guests are allowed to stay, which is usually no more than 14 days.
How many hiking trails does Klamath National Forest have?
There are more than 1,000 miles of trails in the Klamath National Forest. The Pacific Crest Trail goes through the forest, along with three other National Recreation Trails.
What type of wildlife lives in Klamath National Forest?
The Klamath National Forest is home to wildlife including black bears, mountain lions, owls, eagles, and Pacific salmon. The forest also has a variety of small animals like squirrels and chipmunks, and lots of different types of birds.