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Coronado National Forest

The Coronado National Forest covers an area of 1.78 million acres across widely scattered mountain ranges or 'sky islands' in southwestern New Mexico & southeastern Arizona. The forest includes 12 different mountain ranges that rise dramatically from desert floor so that each offers a spectacular view. Coronado National Forest is divided into five ranger districts as Santa Catalina, Douglas, Safford, Sierra Vista and Nogales Ranger District. Each of these rangers contains at least one out of the 8 designated wilderness areas & 31 campgrounds.