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Dixie Fire (CA)

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Lassen National Forest
U.S. Forest Service
2550 Riverside Ave
Susanville, CA 96130

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Lassen National Forest
Email: casifc@firenet.gov
Phone: 530-257-5575

Lassen National Forest Dixie Fire Area Closure Reduced

Dixie Fire (CA) Wildfire
Closures – 9/23/2021

SUSANVILLE, CA September 23, 2021 – The Burned Area Emergency Response (BAER) Team has started the post-fire assessment on the Dixie Fire, and Forest officials on the Lassen National Forest (LNF) have re-evaluated and reduced the Dixie Fire area closure.
 
View full closure order and map on fs.usda.gov.

Please be cautious when traveling within the Lassen National Forest because firefighters, fire vehicles, and heavy equipment are still working within the area.

Campgrounds opening today are:

  • Bogard
  • Crater Lake
  • Roxie Peconom
  • Bridge
  • Almanor South
  • Elam
  • Potato Patch
  • Alder
  • Hole In The Ground
  • Battle Creek
  • Black Rock

All of the Recreation Residence Tracts on the Almanor District except Willow Creek, Feather River and Silver Lake will open, these listed are within the new closure area.

Many other popular campgrounds and our two boat launches at Lake Almanor, Almanor Boat Launch  located adjacent to Almanor North Campground and Canyon Dam Boat Launch will remain closed due to hazard trees.

The Lassen National Forests prohibits the public from going into or within the Dixie Fire Closure  Area or any National Forest System roads or trails described in Exhibit A (described below) and show on maps. Order No. 06-21-09 is in effect from September 22, 2021, through April 30, 2022.


Exhibit A: The Dixie Fire Closure Reduction Area begins at the intersection of the Lassen and Plumas National Forests Boundary at its intersection with Forest Service Road 26N49, then continues northwest along the Road 26N49 until its intersection with County Road 307 (Humbug Road), then continues north along County Road 307 until its intersection with County Road 308 (Humboldt Road), the continues west along County Road 308 to its intersection with Forest Service Road 28N36, then continues northwest along 28N36 until its intersection with Forest Service Road 28N70, then continues west along the 28N70 until its intersection with Highway 36, then continues west on Highway 36 to its intersection with Highway 89,then continues north on Highway 89 until its intersection with the Lassen Volcanic National Park Boundary, then continues west and then north along the National Park Boundary until its intersection with Highway 44, then continues east along Highway 44 until its intersection with the Pacific Crest Trail, then continues north on the Pacific Crest Trail until its intersection with the Forest Service 22 Road, then continues east along the 22 Road to its intersection with County Road 111 (Pitville Highway), then continues south to its intersection with Highway 44, then continues east to its intersection with County Road A21, then continues southwest along County Road A21 to its intersection with Highway 36, then continues west to its intersection with Highway 89, then continues south to its intersection with the Lassen and Plumas National Forest Boundary, then continues west along the Boundary back to the starting point, as shown on the attached maps (Exhibit B).

A violation of these prohibitions is punishable by a fine of not more than $5,000 for an individual or $10,000 for an organization, or imprisonment for not more than six months, or both.16 U.S.C. § 551 and 18 U.S.C. §§ 3559, 3571, and 3881.

The Lassen National Forest would like to thank or partners and the public for their cooperation and understanding. If you have questions, please call (530) 257-2151.