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U.S. Forest Service Offices in Colorado

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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

Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests and Pawnee National Grassland


(970) 295-6700


2150 Centre Avenue, Building E


Fort Collins, CO 80526

District Offices:

Boulder Ranger District, Boulder, (303) 541-2500

Canyon Lakes Ranger District, Fort Collins, (970) 295-6700

Clear Creek Ranger District, Idaho Springs, (303) 567-3000

Pawnee National Grassland, Greeley, (970) 346-5000

Sulphur Ranger District, Granby, (970) 887-4100

Pike and San Isabel National Forests and Comanche National Grassland


(719) 553-1400


2840 Kachina Drive


Pueblo, CO 81008

District Offices:

Comanche National Grassland, Springfield, (719) 523-6591

Leadville Ranger District, Leadville, (719) 486-0749

Pikes Peak Ranger District, Colorado Springs, (719) 636-1602

Salida Ranger District, Salida, (719) 539-3591

San Carlos Ranger District, Canon City, (719) 269-8500

South Park Ranger District, Fairplay, (719) 836-2031

South Platte Ranger District, Morrison, (303) 275-5610

Grand Mesa, Uncompahgre, and Gunnison National Forest


(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

Rio Grande National Forest


(719) 852-5941


1803 West Hwy 160


Monte Vista, CO 81144

District Offices:

Conejos Peak Ranger District, La Jara, (719) 274-8971

Divide Ranger District, Del Norte, (719) 657-3321

Saguache Ranger District, Saguache, (719) 655-2547

Routt National Forest


(307) 745-2300


2468 Jackson Street


Laramie, WY 82070

District Offices:

Hahns Peak/Bears Ears Ranger District, Steamboat Springs, (970) 870-2299

Parks Ranger District, Walden, (970) 723-2700

Yampa Ranger District, Yampa, (970) 638-4516

San Juan National Forest


(970) 247-4874


15 Burnett Court


Durango, CO 81301

District Offices:

Columbine Ranger District, Bayfield, (970) 884-2512

Dolores Ranger District, Dolores, (970) 882-7296

Pagosa Ranger District, Pagosa Springs, (970) 264-2268

White River National Forest


(970) 945-2521


900 Grand Ave


Glenwood Springs, CO 81602

District Offices:

Aspen Ranger District, Aspen, (970) 925-3445

Blanco Ranger District, Meeker, (970) 878-4039

Dillon Ranger District, Silverthorne, (970) 468-5400

Eagle Ranger District, Eagle, (970) 328-6388

Holy Cross Ranger District, Minturn, (970) 827-5715

Rifle Ranger District, Rifle, (970) 625-2371

Sopris Ranger District, Carbondale, (970) 963-2266