Big Piney Creek is a river located in Ozark National Forest in the state of Arkansas. It is a tributary of the Arkansas River and therefore part of the Mississippi River watershed. Managed by the United States Forest Service, it flows for 70.8 miles through Pope, Johnson and Newton counties. The headwaters of the creek are in a rugged, remote area, while the mouth of the creek empties into Lake Dardanelle on the Arkansas River. The creek is known among kayakers and canoers for its moderately…
Take a short hike from the Blue Ridge Parkway to enjoy panoramic views from Fryingpan Mountain Lookout Tower, located near Mt. Pisgah in Pisgah National Forest. The views are better than from atop Mt. Pisgah, with half the hike (only 1.5 miles roundtrip)! The United States Forest Service built the 70-foot tall tower in 1941. It is the tallest USFS lookout tower in Western North Carolina, and it is now on the National Register of Historic Places.
California wildfire threatening Yosemite is now size of Dallas
The Rim Fire burns at night in this undated United States Forest Service handout photo near Yosemite National Park, California, released to Reuters August 31, 2013. REUTERS/Mike McMillan/U.S. Forest Service/Handout via Reuters
ARIZONA: (this would be interesting...:-)) Purple Mountain Pack Goats is an outfitting business which operates under a Special Use Permit from the United States Forest Service. We guide day hikes, overnight hikes and camping trips in the Coronado National Forest (which covers most of southeastern Arizona).
Foot Bridge Over Chewaucan River. This image is a work of the Forest Service of the United States Department of Agriculture. As a work of the U.S. federal government, the image is in the public domain. #footbridge #river #forest #trees #mountain #sky #sunny
Toadstool Park in 1905. Toadstool Geologic Park is located in the Oglala National Grassland in far northwestern Nebraska. It is operated by the United States Forest Service. It contains a badlands landscape and a reconstructed sod house. The park is named after its unusual rock formations, many of which resemble toadstools.