The rugged beauty of Bankhead covers 180,581 acres in northwest Alabama, where majestic forests provide habitat for wildlife and breathtaking scenery for campers and hikers.
The Bitterroot National Forest boasts the largest expanse of continuous pristine wilderness in the lower 48 states.
The Blackwater River State Forest, a woodland abundant in plant and animal life, lies in northwestern Florida's Panhandle.
Caribou-Targhee is the largest remaining tract of plant and animal habitat in the contiguous U.S.
Resting in the heart of the Southern Appalachian mountain range, the Cherokee National Forest is located in one of the world's most diverse areas.
The Custer National Forest is the most ecologically diverse forest in the Northern Region.
The Flathead is home to the largest population of grizzly bears in the lower 48 United States and provides habitat for 250 other wildlife species, including 22 varieties of fish and 50 types of birds.
High mountain forests and meadows and dramatic cliffs give contrast to sagebrush-covered deserts and hills, natural wetlands, and hot springs in the expansive Fremont-Winema National Forests.
Gallatin National Forest spans six mountain ranges and includes two designated Wilderness Areas in southwest Montana.
The Hiawatha National Forest is tucked between three of the Great Lakes, covering 879,000 acres in the central and eastern portions of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula.
Situated in the rolling hills of south-central Indiana against the Ohio River, the Hoosier National Forest encompasses many unique ecosystems within its relatively small area of 200,000 acres.
With thousands of lakes and miles of sparkling rivers and streams, the Huron-Manistee National Forests epitomize the splendid beauty of the Great Lakes region.
The Lassen National Forest lies at the heart of one of the most breathtaking areas of California,called the Crossroads.
This forest has experienced a resurgence of growth since the early 20th century, when it lay fallow after being stripped of red and white pines by early loggers.
Distinctive as the oldest national forest east of the Mississippi River, the Ocala National Forest is also the southernmost forest in the nation.
The Ozark and St. Francis National Forests are generously endowed with diverse flora, including more than 500 species of trees and woody plants.
Resting on 3 million acres in central and southeast Colorado, the Pike & San Isabel National Forests offer visitors a diverse landscape.
The magnificence of Plumas National Forest spans more than 1 million acres of northern California in the Northern Sierra Nevada.
The mountains of the San Bernardino National Forest support many different habitats and over 440 species of wildlife.
The Sequoia National Forest is one of the most famous and popular national forests.
The Shoshone National Forest was designated as America’s first national forest in 1891.
Six Rivers National Forest lies on 957,590 acres east of Redwood State and National Parks in northwestern California.
The Wallowa-Whitman National Forest in northeastern Oregon and western Idaho contains many beautiful landscapes.
The rolling Appalachian foothills in southeastern Ohio encompass a mix of open land and forest that provides a wide variety of habitats for wildlife.