Beltrami Island State Forest
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•Beltrami Island State Forest is the second largest of Minnesota's 58 state forests. Five rivers—the Roseau, Warroad, Rapid, Winter Road, and Moose—have their headwaters here.
• The forest is unique in that it contains six scientific and natural areas (SNAs).
•The ridges are covered with pine and are surrounded by large areas of low flatlands and peat bogs.
•Beltrami State Forest recreational opportunities include canoeing, camping, hunting, hiking, horseback riding, picnicking, and 138 miles of snowmobiling.
OHV Riding Restrictions During Deer Hunting Season
- Use of off-highway vehicles (OHVs) on state forest OHV trails and state forest trails during firearms deer season is allowed only for deer-hunting purposes, and only within permitted times. More information
Beltrami Island State Forest at a glance...
Canoe / Kayak
25 Miles Hiking
27 Miles Horseback
238 Miles Class I ATV
238 Miles Class II ATV
238 Miles Off-Highway Motorcycling
138 Miles Snowmobiling
Note: Red Lake Tribal Lands are always closed to non-band members.