If you own land in a national forest where do you pay your property taxes
I'm almost positive you can not own land in a national forest, so the land you own adjacent to a national forest would have taxes payable in the county and state where the property is situated. Although, perhaps a national forest encircles your land, therefore the above would still apply.
Land in a national forest is not for sale. It can be leased for mineral rights or logging, but the American people "own" it.