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.
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.
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.
The magnificence of Plumas National Forest spans more than 1 million acres of northern California in the Northern Sierra Nevada.