The Bureau of Land Management has reopened the Lost Coast Trail in the King Range National Conservation Area, but other trails remain closed as fire crews continue to battle the Horse Fire northeast of Shelter Cove.
The following trails are closed for public safety: King Crest, Rattlesnake Ridge, Miller Loop, Lightning, Buck Creek, Horse Mountain Creek, the Paradise Royale and Pacific Rim mountain bike trails. The Tolkan and Horse Mountain campgrounds and the King Peak, King Range and Saddle Mountain roads also are closed.
For more information visit the CAL Fire Incident Information website or contact the BLM Arcata Field Office at (707) 825-2300.
The Arcata Field Office is responsible for the administration of natural resources, lands, and mineral programs on over 200,000 acres of public land in Northwestern California. The Area includes the King Range National Conservation Area, Headwaters Forest Reserve and the Trinidad Gateway to the California Coastal National Monument. We welcome you to BLM Arcata - Enjoy Your Visit!!
Headwaters Forest Reserve
King Range National Conservation Area
Trinidad Gateway to the California Coastal National Monument
Ma-le'l Dunes Cooperative Management Area
Lacks Creek Management Area
Mike Thompson Wildlife Area, South Spit Humboldt Bay
Samoa Dunes Recreation Area
Lost Coast Headlands
Elkhorn Ridge Wilderness
South Fork Eel River Wilderness
Yolla Bolly Middle Eel Wilderness
Trindad Head Lighthouse
Little Darby Nature Trail
Effective June 26, 2015, BLM Announces Fire Restrictions for Lands Managed by Arcata Field Office
Bureau of Land ManagementArcata Field Office1695 Heindon RoadArcata, CA 95521-4573Phone: (707) 825-2300Fax: (707) 825-2301Office Hours: 7:45 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., M-FContact us by Email