TOIYABE NATIONAL FOREST MAP CALIFORNIA
At 3,856,000 acres, Toiyabe National Forest is the largest National Forest in the United States outside of Alaska. While most of the lands are in Nevada, over
630,000 acres are located in the Sierras of east-central California.
Terrain is mountainous, with elevations as high as 10,000 feet. Parts of the Carson-Iceberg Wilderness, the Mokelumne Wilderness, and the Hoover Wilderness are found here.
Camping is allowed freely in the region, except where posted otherwise. A fire permit is required to use a stove or build a campfire. Wilderness permits must be obtained to camp in designated wilderness areas. See the Toiyabe National Forest listing in the Nevada chapter for more information.