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June is Lake Tahoe Wildfire Awareness Month

Events Planned Throughout The Basin Lake Tahoe, CA/NV – The snow is melting, water is flowing, and wildfire fuels are growing.  Despite all the moisture, the wildfire threat remains a concern. Preparing your home and community now is more important than ever.  June is “Wildfire Awareness Month” in the Lake Tahoe Basin, and members of the Tahoe Fire and Fuels Team are continuing last year’s campaign by asking all Tahoe residents and visitors to “Think First to Keep Tahoe Fire Safe”. A good way to start is by attending one of the three family-friendly events that are taking place...

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Great Camping and Fishing Areas this Memorial Day Weekend Plumas National Forest

Plumas National Forest Has Access To Many Great Camping and Fishing Areas this Memorial Day Weekend Plumas National Forest – Quincy Ca – May 23, 2017 – Searching out your favorite recreation areas in Plumas National Forest over the coming Memorial Day Weekend can be as simple as knowing the elevation.  Speaking with the team at Plumas National Forest today we understand that conditions are improving quickly with this week’s warm sun, however, access to places like the Golds Lake Highway, Frazier Falls, and the entire Lakes Basin are not going to be available for the 2017 Memorial Day...

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Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest Visitor Center is scheduled to open for the Memorial Day Weekend.

Tips for a Safe Memorial Day Weekend Inyo National Forest ~ May 23, 2017– Memorial Day Weekend is viewed as the start of summer and visitors can have a beautiful visit to the Eastern Sierra this weekend. The wildflowers have been spectacular in the Owens Valley, Inyo and the White Mountains and the Sierra Nevada capped with a full snowpack is a stunning sight. However, visitors to the forest should be still be prepared for winter conditions throughout the high country of the Inyo National Forest after a substantial winter season. Many roads, including Tioga Pass, Reds Meadow Valley Road,...

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Campground hosts needed for 2017 season -Little Grass Valley Reservoir

Plumas National Forest Seeks Campground hosts – Little Grass Valley Reservoir OROVILLE, Calif – May 17, 2017 – The Plumas National Forest is seeking campground hosts for Running Deer & Red Feather Campgrounds located at Little Grass Valley Reservoir near LaPorte, California. The volunteer positions will likely begin in late May and last into September, depending on the weather.  Enthusiastic campers who enjoy working outdoors and with the public are welcome to apply. Host duties may include welcoming visitors, sharing news and information about recreational opportunities in the area, and light campground maintenance. Hosts will receive a free campsite,...

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Arnold Trail Association Releases Dates for 2017 Guided Cougar Rock Hikes

Guided Sunset Hikes to Cougar Rock, scheduled near or on the date of full moon: May 10, June 9, July 8, Aug 5, Sept 5, Oct 5 Watch the sunset from the top of Cougar Rock on this moderate hike led by members of the Arnold Rim Trail Association. Distance is about 4 miles total, with 900 feet of elevation gain. If you haven’t done one of these hikes, you owe it to yourself to join the fun. They are scheduled to be near the day of the full moon each month, and they are special! No sign-up needed, hike proceeds even...

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