Outdoors in the Pacific Northwest
List of National Forest

Looking to get away from the hustle and bustle? Then seek out one of the many beautiful national forests in the Pacific Northwest. Discover scenic sites and drives, unique areas and a wide array of outdoor recreational activities. Below is a list of every national forest listed in alphabetical order under Washington, Oregon, Montana, Idaho, Wyoming and the province of British Columbia.

British Columbia

The Enchanted Forest. Located at 7060 on the Trans Canada Highway, midway between Sicamous and Revelstoke. E-mail

Great Bear Rainforest. Located on the west coast of the British Columbia.

Ancient Forest Alliance (AFA). PO Box 8459, Victoria, BC V8W 3S1. Phone: 250-896-4007. E-mail

BC Forest Discovery Centre. 2892 Drinkwater Road, Duncan, BC V9L 6C2. Phone: 250-715-1113. E-mail

The Forests of British Columbia


Idaho Forest Products Commission. 350 N. 9th Street, Suite 102, Boise, ID 83702. Phone: 208-334-3292; Fax: 208- 334-3449. E-mail


Visit Montana. Toll-free: 1-800-847-4868.
This website by the Montana Office of Tourism Lists the state's national forests with descriptions and contact information for each forest.


Oregon Department of Forestry. Salem Headquarters: 2600 State Street, Salem, OR 97310. Phone: 503-945-7200; Fax: 503-945-7212; TTY: 1-800-437-4490.

Oregon Register of Big Trees
Oregon Parks and Recreation Department offers information on a variety of tree species and where to see them.


Washington Department of Natural Resources
Offers recreational maps of the national forests.


Wyoming State Forestry Division. 5500 Bishop Boulevard, Cheyenne, WY 82002. Phone: 307-777-7586.

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