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The majority of Indonesia's rural population is dependent on living in and around forest areas. They existed before the state established the land as a forest area. The economic and social activities of rural communities in utilizing forest resources are often accused of causing environmental damage. As a result, measures to promote village development in the Wildlife Sanctuary are required not only to ensure ecological sustainability but also to maintain economic, social, law and governance continuity. The concept of sustainable rural development was developed to ensure the long-term sustainability of rural development within the Wildlife Reserve. This study scrutinizes the sustainability of rural development in the Bukit Rimbang Bukit Baling Wildlife Reserve in Kampar Kiri Hulu District, Kampar Regency. The analysis included ecological, social, economic, and law and governance dimensions. The RAPFISH was used to analyze the sustainability status. The results indicate that the economic dimension had the lowest value of 30.63, followed by law and governance dimensions of 41.24 and social dimensions of 44.83. The ecological dimension is categorized as a good category with a value of 51.29.