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Croatan National Forest

The Croatan National Forest is one of four national forests in North Carolina, and the only true coastal forest in the East. Croatan's 160,000 acres have pine forests, saltwater estuaries, bogs and raised swamps called pocosins. Bordered on three sides by tidal rivers and the Bogue Sound, the forest ...

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Pisgah National Forest

The Pisgah National Forest covers 510,119 acres of mountainous terrain in the southern Appalachian Mountains, including parts of the Blue Ridge Mountains and Great Balsam Mountains. The Pisgah National Forest was established in 1916, one of the first national forests in the eastern United States. Some of the forest tracts ...

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Nantahala National Forest

The Nantahala National Forest lies in the mountain and valleys of southwestern North Carolina. The largest of North Carolina's four national forests, the Nantahala encompasses 531,148 acres with elevations ranging from 5,800 feet at Lone Bald in Jackson County to 1,200 feet in Cherokee County along the Hiwassee River. ...

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Tombigbee National Forest

The Tombigbee National Forest is located in northeastern Mississippi. Before the establishment of this forest, much of the land was abandoned farmland with rapidly eroding soils. Its rolling hills are now covered with pine and hardwood forests. They are rich with wildlife and intermingled with private farms and woodlots. ...

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Delta National Forest

The Delta National Forest is located in Sharkey County north of Vicksburg, Mississippi, within the floodplain of the Mississippi River. It is one of the few hardwood forests remaining in the Mississippi Delta and the only bottomland hardwood national forest in the nation. Seen from the air, the Delta National ...

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De Soto National Forest

The De Soto National Forest is characterized by gently rolling terrain covered by southern pine ridges and hardwood bottoms with clear, tea-colored streams meandering throughout. Year-round recreation opportunities abound for the hiker, bicyclist, camper, canoeist, ATV rider, horse enthusiast, hunter, and fisherman. Length of stay limits do apply within ...

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Ocala National Forest

The Ocala National Forest is located north of Orlando between the Ocklawaha and St. Johns Rivers. Encompassing approximately 383,000 acres, it is the southernmost forest in the continental United States and protects the world's largest contiguous sand pine scrub forest. Although it is centered on high, dry, central scrub ridges, ...

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Osceola National Forest

Encompassing nearly 200,000 acres of original Florida, the Osceola National Forest is a natural gem. These forested woodlands and swamps provide many opportunities for a wide range of visitor experiences such as camping, hiking, swimming, fishing, hunting, wildlife viewing and many more. This "flatwoods" forest is a mosaic of low ...

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Apalachicola National Forest

Proclaimed as a National Forest in 1936, the Apalachicola National Forest is the largest forest in Florida at 571,088 acres, which includes 2,735 acres of water. Six watersheds within the Apalachicola provide an abundance of fresh water streams, rivers, lakes and natural springs. In addition to numerous recreation opportunities on the ...

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Talladega National Forest

The largest of the national forests in Alabama, Talladega National Forest spans almost 400,000 acres split into three districts. With so much land area, Talladega is sure to offer any sort of recreational activity visitors could desire. In the Oakmulgee Ranger District, the Payne Lake Recreation Area offers outdoor ...

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