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U.S. Forest Service Offices in Colorado

Colorado contains 11 National Forests and 2 National Grasslands. These forests and grasslands are managed by the United States Department of Agriculture Forest Service. Forest Service office staff can tell you where, when, and what types of vehicles are allowed on trails and roads in the forest or grassland. Free motor vehicle use maps (MVUMs) may be picked up at any of these offices. Also, overview maps of each forest are available for sale in person at the forest office. The main USDA Forest Service website is http://www.fs.fed.us/.

Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests and Pawnee National Grassland

USFS Website: Arapaho, Roosevelt, Pawnee

(970) 295-6700

2150 Centre Avenue, Building E

Fort Collins, CO 80526


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Grand Mesa, Uncompahgre, and Gunnison National Forest

USFS Website: Grand Mesa, Uncompahgre, Gunnison

(970) 874-6600

2250 Highway 50

Delta, CO 81416


District Offices:

  • Grand Valley Ranger District, Grand Junction, (970) 242-8211
  • Gunnison Ranger District, Gunnison, (970) 641-0471
  • Norwood Ranger District, Norwood, (970) 327-4261
  • Ouray Ranger District, Montrose, (970) 240-5300
  • Paonia Ranger District, Paonia, (970) 527-4131

Pike and San Isabel National Forests and Comanche National Grassland

USFS Website: Pike, San Isabel, Comanche

(719) 553-1400

2840 Kachina Drive

Pueblo, CO 81008


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Rio Grande National Forest

USFS Website: Rio Grande

(719) 852-5941

1803 West Hwy 160

Monte Vista, CO 81144


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Routt National Forest

USFS Website: Routt

(307) 745-2300

2468 Jackson Street

Laramie, WY 82070


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San Juan National Forest

USFS Website: San Juan

(970) 247-4874

15 Burnett Court

Durango, CO 81301


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White River National Forest

USFS Website: White River

(970) 945-2521

900 Grand Ave

Glenwood Springs, CO 81602


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