National Forests

There are currently 154 National Forests in the United States, all of which are managed by the U.S. Forest Service. The first National Forest was established in 1891, and today, there are over 188,391,233 acres of National Forests. This is page one of the National Forest fact boxes. 

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Alabama National Forests

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Conecuh
Andalusia, Alabama
Established 1936
83,861 acres

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Tuskegee
Tuskegee, Alabama
Established 1959
11,349 acres

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Talladega
Talladega, Alabama
Established 1936
393,006 acres

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William B. Bankhead
Decatur, Alabama
Established 1918
182,001 acres
Alaska National Forests

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Tongass
Alaska Panhandle, Alaska
Established 1907
16,818,538 acres

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Chugach
Anchorage, Alaska
Established 1907
6,908,540 acres
Arizona National Forests

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Tonto
(image from fs.usda.gov)
Payson, Arizona
Established 1905
2,873,200 acres

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Prescott
Prescott, AZ
Established 1898
1,256,817 acres

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Coconino
Flagstaff, Arizona
Established 1908
1,856,038 acres

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Kaibab
Williams, Arizona
Established 1909
1,600,000 acres

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Coronado (AZ & NM)
Tucson, Arizona
Established 1902
1,780,000 acres

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Apache-Sitgreaves (AZ & NM)
Springerville, Arizona
2,761,386 acres
Arkansas National Forests

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Ozark-St. Francis
Russellville, Arkansas
Established 1908
1,159,801 acres

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Ouachita (AR & OK)
Hot Springs, Arkansas
Established 1907
1,784,457 acres
California National Forests

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Cleveland
Ramona, California
Established 1893
460,800 acres

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San Bernardino
San Bernardino, California
Established 1893
678,671 acres

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Angeles
Arcadia, California
Established 1893
655,387 acres

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Los Padres
Santa Barbara, California
Established 1936
1,900,800 acres

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Sequoia
Bakersfield, California
Established 1908
1,193,315 acres

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Sierra
Oakhurst, California
Established 1893
1,300,000 acres

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Stanislaus
Sonora, California
Established 1897
898,099 acres

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Eldorado
Placerville, California
Established 1910
596,724 acres

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Tahoe
Truckee, California
Established 1905
871,495 acres

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Mendocino
Willows, California
Established 1907
913,306 acres

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Plumas
Quincy, California
Established 1907
1,100,000 acres

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Lassen
Susanville, California
Established 1905
1,070,344 acres

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Six Rivers
Crescent City, California
Established 1947
957,590 acres

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Shasta-Trinity
Redding, California
Established 1954
2,209,832 acres

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Modoc
Alturas, California
Established 1904
1,654,392 acres

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Inyo (CA & NV)
Bishop, California
Established 1907
1,903,381 acres

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Klamath (CA & OR)
Yreka, California
Established 1905
1,737,774 acres
Colorado National Forests

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San Juan
Durango, Colorado
Established 1905
1,878,846 acres

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Rio Grande
Alamosa, Colorado
Established 1908
1,860,000 acres

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Uncompahgre
Montrose, Colorado
Established 1905
955,229 acres

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San Isabel
Pueblo, Colorado
Established 1902
1,120,233 acres

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Gunnison
Gunnison, Colorado
Established 1905
1,672,136 acres

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Grand Mesa
Grand Junction, Colorado
Established 1892
346,555 acres

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Pike
Colorado Springs, Colorado
Established 1892
1,106,604 acres

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White River
Glenwood Springs, Colorado
Established 1902
2,285,970 acres

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Arapaho
Denver, Colorado
Established 1908
723,744 acres

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Roosevelt
Fort Collins, Colorado
Established 1897
813,799 acres

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Medicine Bow-Routt (CO & WY)
Cheyenne, Wyoming
Established 1902
2,222,313 acres
Florida National Forests

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Ocala
Ocala, Florida
Established 1908
430,447 acres

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Apalachicola
Tallahassee, Florida
Established 1936
632,890 acres

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Osceola
Olustee, Florida
Established 1931
190,932 acres

Georgia National Forests

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Chattahoochee-Oconee
Athens, Georgia
Established 1936
866,468 acres

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