Shoshone National Forest

Shoshone National Forest has an important request before your next excursion into the woods. Last week, all campgrounds and cabins in Shoshone National Forest were closed until at least April 30th – yet another public health measure taken to prevent the spread of COVID-19. This is following a general discouragement from the top – the…

Mules might be stubborn, but that’s doesn’t mean they can’t be excellent teachers. Shoshone National Forest sent several staff and a few of their mules down to the 114th National Western Stock Show in Denver, as part of the Parks first ever Range Practicum on Mule Packing. Mules and horses are critical tools for the…

Was that smoke coming from Southfork earlier this week? Yes. Shonshone National Forest fire and fuels crews were burning some slash piles between Legg Creek and Cabin Creek in the corridor of the South Fork of the Shoshone River. Kristie Salvmann, Public Information Officer for the Forest, explains that this is a fairly safe practice…

Are you an outdoor recreation outfitter or guide? The Shoshone National Forest wants to hear from you. The Forest has announced their interest in providing new avenues for visitors to experience Wyoming’s wilderness through permitted recreational activities. To accomplish this, they are actively soliciting any interest from business and individuals that would like to extend…

Make your holiday season special with an authentic Wyoming Christmas tree. Tree permits for the Shoshone National Forest will be available beginning next Monday, November 18th. Each $8 permit is good for one personal Christmas tree, so long as its less than 20 feet tall with a trunk diameter less than six inches. The permit…


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