The largest national forest in the lower 48 states, it covers 6.3 million acres and is located mostly in Nevada with a small portion in California. In addition to its spectacular scenery, it features hundreds of miles of trails and diverse ecosystems that support a large variety of flora, fauna, recreation, and educational opportunities. Due to its size and dispersement there are 10 ranger stations to oversee the park. Dogs are allowed for no additional fee,,, they must be leashed in all campgrounds, picnic areas and trailheads at all times. Dogs may not be left unattended.
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