The eight national forests of Washington are as varied as the state itself-the lush rain forests of the Olympic National Forest, the Alp-like peaks of the Mount Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest, and the alpine meadows of the Okanogan National Forest. Washington's twenty million acres of national forestland offer something for everyone, from scenic driving to hiking, sightseeing, wildlife viewing, picnicking, camping, fishing, boating, and skiing. No matter what your interest, you will find all the information you need in The Recreation Guide to Washington National Forests. Written by Wendy Walker, a twenty-year veteran of the U.S. Forest Service, The Recreational Guide to Washington National Forests includes black-and-white photos, maps, and campground directories for each of the eight national forests, as well as information on location, history, geology, outdoor activities, and wildlife. When planning your next extended vacation or weekend getaway to any of Washington's national forests, make sure to take along The Recreation Guide to Washington National Forests.