Discover a matrix of longleaf pine forests, evergreen-shrub bogs and wetlands on the Croatan National Forest’s 160,000 acres on North Carolina’s coast. Bordered on three sides by tidal rivers and the Bogue Sound, the forest is defined by water. All this water provides a variety of recreation and diversity of wildlife. Canoeing and fishing are popular on blackwater creeks and saltwater marshes.
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