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Forest Service plans prescribed burns in Bath County this fall
Hot Springs, Va. December 2, 2021- The USDA Forest Service may begin conducting fall season prescribed burns in Bath County through the month of December, possibly as early as this week. Prescribed bu...

Thu, 02 Dec 2021 00:00:00 CST

Project proposal period opens for Title II funding
Roanoke, Va. November 18—The Virginia Resource Advisory Committee %3ARAC%3A is now accepting proposals for projects that benefit natural resources on the George Washington and Jefferson National For...

Thu, 18 Nov 2021 00:00:00 CST

Alerts & Notices

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Road closure on Jordan Run Road (FSR 358) Hot Springs, VA
Hot Springs, VA. 09.16.2021—The George Washington & Jefferson National Forests will begin culvert replacement and road reconditioning work on Jordan Run Road %3AFSR 358%3A beginning September 20, 2021. Jordan Run Road will be closed at its intersection with Mountain Valley Road %3ASR 39%3A through mid-October. All foot and motor vehicle access will be closed along the road corridor during construction activities. Please note that annual forest road maintenance activities, including road grading, ditching, and culvert cleanout work, will occur at different locations across the James River and Warm Springs Ranger Districts beginning this fall. When approaching road maintenance crews, please slow down and drive with extreme care. For more information, please contact the James River and Warm Springs Ranger Districts at %3A540%3A 839-2521, visit our website, or follow us on twitter: #

Thu, 16 Sep 2021 00:00:00 CDT

Water is currently unavailable at Hawk Campground, Hampshire Co. WV
Campers should bring their own water to Hawk Campground as water is currently unavailable. The water will be restored when the hand pump is repaired.

Tue, 07 Sep 2021 00:00:00 CDT

Facility and recreation area changes in response to COVID-19
In coordination with state and local health and safety guidelines, National Forests remain open; however, services at our facilities may be changed, suspended or offered through alternate approaches as we manage for the health and safety of our work force and the public. Offices are temporarily closed to the public. Public services are available by phone, mail, and email. Call your nearest office for more information. Check our recreation page for the current status of recreation sites.

Fri, 22 May 2020 00:00:00 CDT