Many mandatory evacuations have been put into place. With those evacuations, comes closures of roads, campgrounds and trails, including portions of the PCT. These closures are meant to protect the safety of the public during the suppression efforts of the fires.
A list of campground closures has been given by the Klamath National Forest Service. They are as follows:
Curly Jack Campground
Fort Goff Campground
Indian Scotty Campground and Group Camp
Norcross Trailhead and Campground
Sulphur Springs Campground
Lovers Camp Campground
Beaver Creek Campground
Mule Bridge Trailhead and Campground
The remaining 30 Klamath National Forest Campgrounds continue to be open to campers. Maps and descriptions of closed areas are available at Klamath National Forest offices in Yreka, Fort Jones, Happy Camp and Macdoel, CA; as well as online at http://www.fs.usda.gov/alerts/klamath/alerts-notices.
Approximately 75 percent of the 1.7 million acre Klamath National Forest remains open to forest adventures.