The state’s most popular hiking, biking, and equestrian trails wind through 13,000 acres in this working forest and conservation area. The Washington State Department of Natural Resources manages the forest for recreation and habitat for native plants and animals, and to provide funds for public services.
Tiger Mountain State Forest
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