Protected Places: Coronado National Forest, Arizona

The Coronado National Forest is comprised of nearly two million acres in six counties in Arizona and New Mexico and has several mountain ranges including the Santa Catalina Mountains, Rincon Mountains. The forest has eight wilderness areas, canyons and desert landscape. Activities include horseback riding, fishing, hunting, camping and backpacking. Nearby is Saguaro National Park and the city of Tucson.

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