BOGGS MOUNTAIN DEMONSTRATION STATE FOREST
The purpose of Boggs Mountain Demonstration State Forest (BMDSF) and other State Forests demonstrates the productive and economic possibilities of good forestry practices toward maintaining forest land in a productive condition through harvesting.
BMDSF is open for public recreation including camping, biking, horse riding, hiking, hunting and target shooting. With the exception of areas undergoing active timber operations, all of the 3493-acre forest is open for public access.
The recreational facility infrastructure includes 25 miles of unimproved roads, over 21 miles of non-motorized use trails, a group campground (reservation only) and regular campground with 15 campsites. Camping fees are $10/night, and sites are first come first serve. One group site is available – please call the forest office for reservations and fees: (707) 928-4378
BMDSF is used year-round for hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, bird watching, target shooting, hunting, picnicking, and woodcutting (permit required).
The Friends of Boggs Mountain, a volunteer non-profit that works closely with Boggs Mountain Demonstration State Forest (BMDSF) management, and the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CAL FIRE), maintains a Website with a downloadable map on trails and camping.