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Public Input Needed: Coronado National Forest Recreation Management


The U.S. Forest Service is asking for public feedback on managing five popular recreation spots in the Coronado National Forest, located 1½ to three hours from Tucson. Here's a summary of the areas and how to give your input:


  1. Peña Blanca Lake: A 50-acre lake with fishing docks and camping options.

  2. Huachuca Mountains: Forested peaks with trails and historic sites.

  3. Cochise Stronghold: A rocky area for camping and climbing.

  4. Chiricahua Mountains: High peaks with campgrounds and trails.

  5. Mount Graham: Historic trails and campgrounds with high elevation.


You can provide feedback until May 30 at fs.usda.gov/goto/RecreationPlanning. In-person open houses are also being held in April and May. For more details, visit fs.usda.gov/recmain/coronado/recreation. Your input will help shape the management of these recreation areas.


Read full article at the Arizona Daily Star

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