Angeles National Forest Reopens More Land, Recreation Areas

Posted by on May 24th, 2012 and filed under News. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

In a major step forward, the Angeles National Forest will reopen on Friday (May 25) about 41,000 acres of land previously closed due to the Station Fire, just in time for Memorial Day weekend.

The reopening covers a broad area of Big Tujunga Canyon extending south of Big Tujunga Dam and  offers hiking, picnicking and camping for the forest’s many visitors.

Recreation sites available again to the public include: Stone Canyon Trail, Trail Canyon Trail, and the Delta Flat recreation areas.  The reopening is the result of an ongoing recovery strategy that includes community volunteers and partner organizations working alongside the Forest Service to remove invasive weeds, help plant trees and restore trails.


Please see the attached new closure order and map identifying the area to remain closed.  You can also visit the Angeles National Forest website,  by doing a search for the Forest name, for a map of the areas open and closed.



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