|Facilities: Camping is one of the most popular recreation activities in the Stanislaus National Forest. Situated in the Central Sierra Nevada, the Forest has several campgrounds located in a variety of settings.|
Best Time To Visit: Stanislaus National Forest is open year-round. Most areas of the forest are open year round offering a variety of recreational activities.
Fees: Many of the facilities and services in the Stanislaus National Forest are free.
Accessibility: Accessibility varies from activity to activity.
Rules: General rules for National Forests and National Grasslands include details about camping, pets, and other topics. Etiquette expected of visitors is outlined in the Leave No Trace program. A National Forest Adventure Pass is required for vehicles parked in some areas.
Directions: Best access to the Stanislaus National Forest is through Sacramento.
Map: Click here for a map to Stanislaus National Forest
Reservations: Reservations are not needed or required to visit Stanislaus National Forest. Most of the forest is first-come, first-served. Some areas and campgrounds do accept reservations.