Visiting After the Dixie Fire

A panoramic photo of a valley in between volcanic peaks lined by conifer trees, a small number of which are brown from a recent wildfire.
A view of Mt. Conard and Diamond Peak above Little Hot Springs Valley following the 2021 Dixie Fire.

What to Expect When Visiting After the 2021 Dixie Fire

Areas most impacted by Dixie Fire are located in the east and southeast portion of the park and include Warner Valley, Juniper Lake, and portions of Lassen Volcanic Wilderness between Butte and Juniper lakes. All areas west of the park highway were not affected by the Dixie Fire.

A map of Lassen Volcanic showing closures, the Dixie Fire burn area, park roads, trails, and park amenities including campgrounds, visitor centers, and picnic areas.
Map of closures, amenities, and the Dixie Fire burn area.


Map of current closures as of 5/23/2023. This map does not include all closures. Please adhere to all closures indicated by CLOSED signs within the park. Learn more about the 2021 Dixie Fire.

A map of a fire footprint covering 70% of the park area. Large patches of red in the southwest corner indicate high-severity effects. Smaller patches of red and yellow (moderate severity) blend with larger patches of green in the northeast corner.
Map of initial Dixie Fire vegetation burn severity. Click for larger view.

Last updated: March 28, 2024

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