Stanislaus
National Forest

Stanislaus National Forest is a United States national forest which manages 898,099 acres (1,403.3 sq mi; 3,634.5 km2) of land in four counties in the Sierra Nevada Mountains of Northern California. It was established on February 22, 1897, making it one of the oldest national forests. It was named after the Stanislaus River.
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In the Sierra Nevada mountains of north California, Calaveras Big Trees State Pa…
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The North Grove Trail, just off Route 4, is the main attraction of Calaveras Big…
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2,659 Mile Long Trail from Mexico to Canada
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Typically for a lower-elevation sequoia grove, South Calaveras Grove is densely …
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Emigrant permits are absolutely free, no quota's, not overcrowded and have campf…
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Largest Juniper Tree in United States
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