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Boise National Forest

With over 2.5 million rugged acres, Idaho’s Boise National Forest offers something for everyone. There are over 9,000 miles of rivers and streams and more than 250 reservoirs and lakes so for fishermen, boaters and whitewater junkies, it’s a haven. But the forest is much more than a water sports destination. Most of the ofContinue reading “Boise National Forest”

Oconee National Forest

The Oconee National Forest is the sister of Chattahoochee National Forest in northern Georgia. The Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forest has a combined total of 866,468 acres, with 116,232 acres of that being Oconee’s contribution. The two lands are governed as one. So rules and regulations that affect one of them usually impact both of them. HeadquartersContinue reading “Oconee National Forest”

Chattahoochee National Forest

Chattahoochee National Forest contains a part of The Appalachian Mountains known broadly as The North Georgia Mountains. The land spans 750,145 acres, though sometimes the neighboring forest of Oconee is counted along with Chattahoochee, totaling 866,468 acres altogether.  Northern Georgia is a temperate deciduous forest ecosystem. While there are some evergreen species here such asContinue reading “Chattahoochee National Forest”

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