Visitors to Plumas National Forest will be attracted by several distinct features some of which include the middle fork, a Wild and Scenic designated Feather River, a 75-mile portion of the Pacific Crest National Scenic Trail, the 640-foot Feather Falls, the 500-acre Butterfly Valley Botanical Area, and the Bucks Lake Wilderness. The forest has several predominant plant species.
Some of the more popular ones include Coast Douglas-Fir, Ponderosa Pine, White Fir, Red Fir, and Jeffrey Pine. Besides these interesting geographical and ecological features, the forest is also popular for several other recreational activities that include fishing, camping, rafting, whitewater rafting, boating, blackberry picking, hiking, water-skiing, swimming, mountain biking, cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, hunting, ORV riding, and horseback riding.
The forest has several resources to facilitate these activities including group camps, dispersed camping, picnic sites, trails (nearly 300 miles), 49 campgrounds, scenic drives, lookouts, and a boat launch. As a dog owner visiting Plumas National Forest, you are expected to follow the forests basic rules. Some of the basic rules include ensuring that your dog is always on a leash or in a secure enclosure.
If your dog poops, you are expected to clean the dog's poop and ensure that you get rid of the poop in the right manner. Additionally, you are expected to maintain your dog's good behavior by ensuring that your dog does not cause disturbance to other visitors, their pets or to wildlife in the forest.