The Department of Natural Resources (DNR) held a public hearing to receive public comments regarding allowing hunting, trapping, fishing, dogs under control, access by watercraft, and berry picking at the Kettle River SNA.
Scientific and Natural Areas are state lands established to preserve natural features and rare resources of exceptional scientific and educational value. The Kettle River SNA is open to the public for non-motorized activities such as hiking, bird-watching, nature photography, and snowshoeing.
The Kettle River SNA was established to protect undisturbed river shore, a geological feature, and native forest communities. Information on resources and location of Kettle River SNA can be found at here. Learn more about recreational uses and visiting SNAs.