The Forest encompasses 2.2 million acres in Northern Utah and southwestern Wyoming. Offices are located in South Jordan, Logan, Ogden, Salt Lake, Pleasant Grove, Spanish Fork, Heber, Kamas, and Evanston and Mountain View, Wyoming.
The Forest receives 9 million visitors annually and is one of the most heavily visited forests in the nation. The Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest is where civilization meets the “wild.” Metropolitan areas and communities bordering the forest make up some of the fastest growing areas in the Intermountain West. Quick, convenient access is available to forest visitors year-round, making the Uinta-Wasatch-Cache an intensely used destination spanning backyard to backcountry. Roads and trails lead visitors to natural settings and spectacular vistas with fresh water and clean air. In winter, the “Greatest Snow on Earth” draws people from around the world. Forest lands have sustained local communities for thousands of years.
Even though fire restrictions are not in effect on this Forest, exercise caution with campfires, and make sure your campfires are completely extinguished.