The Spring Mountains National Recreation Area, also known as Mount Charleston, offers opportunities for year-round fun.
When you visit, learn about the area by stopping by our Visitor Center, join an interpretative program put on by a naturalist, or volunteer to conserve the forest environment and visitors

What's happening on the mountain
  • Volunteer on the Mountain:
    Hike trails, help with snow safety, meet new people, and learn about the Spring Mountains - VOLUNTEER !
    Our volunteer opportunities offer a fun, rewarding way to give back.

  • Programs
    -Gateway Education Series - monthly programs will be offered at the new Spring Mountains Visitor Gateway (dates and topics to be determined, check back later!)
    -Discovery Kits Check out a fun discovery kit at Kyle Visitor Center
    * many programs are free thanks to generous donations and grants from our community *
  • Fire Safety is top priority!
    Forest Service Regulations:
    Campfires are permitted one mile away from homes in Kyle Canyon, Lee Canyon, Deer Creek, Cold Creek, and the communities of Trout Canyon and Mountain Springs. Picnic groups can use a gas grill with an on/off switch or knob. Be safe 
    Click here for answers to FAQ's about the Carpenter 1 fire & affected areas

***Visit the U.S. Forest Service website for the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest ***