Sierra National Forest
SIERRA NATIONAL FOREST – HIGHLIGHTS
1,300,000 Acres • Stretching from Yosemite to Kings Canyon • Established 1893 • Altitudes ranging from 900 to 13,986 feet
DECEMBER 7, 2020 – SIERRAA CAMPGROUND CLOSURES
Developed campgrounds in the Sierra National Forest are currently closed to the public to reduce the spread of the COVID-19 virus. Some day use areas remain open to the public. Visit the official USFS Sierra National Forest website for more detailed information.
Purchase printed maps of the Sierra National Forest
Free shipping included in purchase price.
Ansel Adams Wilderness Map$14.20
Tom Harrison Maps – Sierra National Forest$13.15
Sierra National Forest Atlas$35.95
Sierra National Forest Recreation Map$16.20
Dinkey Lakes Wilderness Map$14.20
Kaiser Wilderness Map$14.20
Tom Harrison Maps – Mono Divide High Country$13.15
Tom Harrison Maps – Dinkey Lakes Wilderness$13.15
Tom Harrison Maps – Kaiser Wilderness$12.15
National Geographic Map of Mammoth Lakes, and Mono Divide$14.15
National Geographic Map of Shaver Lake$14.15
The Sierra National Forest is located south and west of Yosemite National Park, and north of Kings Canyon National Park. Visitors can access the forest via CA-41 and CA-168.
For over 20 years 3FIA’s free Forest Visitor Guides have provided key information for visitors to the Stanislaus, Sierra, and Sequoia National Forests, including updated road maps with detailed recreation, campground, and trailhead locations.