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Although the main portion of the Black Hills National Forest is in South Dakota, 175,000 acres comprises the NE corner of Wyoming. The wildlife is diverse, with plant life including ponderosa pine, burr-oak, and quaking aspen. Wild turkeys, elk and white tailed and mule deer can be spotted within the forest. Fire lookout towers at Elk Mountain, Warren Peak and Cement Ridge offer astonishing views of the Black Hills and nearby plains. Although most of the forest's recreational and camping facilities are in South Dakota, four campgrounds with 76 sites are available for recreational use in the Wyoming segment. Near the town of Hulett.

Location: Forest Supervisor's Office, RR 2 Box 200, Custer Wyoming 57730 Telephone 605-673-2251

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