Olympic National Forest, Washington
Surrounding Olympic National Park, Olympic National Forest receives about 220 inches (more than 18 feet!) of precipitation every year.
Tongass National Forest, Alaska
The Tongass, our largest National Forest, contains the largest remaining temperate rainforest on the planet.
Siuslaw National Forest, Oregon
Along the central Oregon Coast, the Siuslaw extends from the Pacific Ocean into the wet Coast Range Mountains.
Idaho Panhandle National Forest, Idaho
Up in North Idaho, the Idaho Panhandle National Forest is a moist forest type, influenced by maritime air masses riding prevailing winds from the coast. Some areas receive up to 80 inches of precipitation annually.
Pisgah National Forest, North Carolina
While not green for all of the seasons, the Pisgah is painted green come spring once the heavily forested slopes of hardwood come to life.
Green Mountain National Forest, Vermont
We’d be remiss if we didn’t include a National Forest with green in its very name! The forest lies within the Green Mountains of Vermont with elevations over 4,000 feet.