Forest Highways (or Federal Forest Highways) are those primary routes into or within National Forests in the U.S. which may be designated by the U.S. Forest Service, but are often maintained by local agencies, such as the County Highway Departments in Wisconsin. An example of the Federal Forest Highway route marker appears at right.
Please note, though, this page only attempts to catalogue the Forest Highways—those primary access routes which provide all-weather access to all types of vehicles and are oftentimes paved. National Forests feature several lesser types of roads, each one of them numbered and signposted for inventory and navigational purposes. These roads are not detailed here, as there are literally thousands of them within Wisconsin alone.
The various Federal Forest Highways are presented numerically by National Forest. Follow the quick links below to jump directly to the National Forest you desire:
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