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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 In-person open houses are also being held in April and May. For more details, visit Your input will help shape the management of these recreation areas.

Read full article at the Arizona Daily Star


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