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•The Nemadji State Forest is located in northeastern Pine and southeastern Carlton counties along the Minnesota-Wisconsin border. It can be reached by traveling east via county highways joining State Highway 23 near the towns of Askov, Bruno, Kerrick, Duquette, Nickerson, and Holyoke.
•Nemadji State Forest varies from gently rolling upland with large swamps in the south to steep stream valley and elongated swamps protruding into the forest in the northeast.
•Approximately 100 miles of trail are dedicated to ATV and OHM riding. The trail system connects with others such as the Willard Munger State Trail, St. Croix State Forest OHV trails, Gandy Dancer Trail, and Upper Willow Trails.
Temporary state forest road and trail closures:
Boat Ramp Nearby
3 Miles Cross-Country Skiing
3 Miles Hiking
32 Miles Horseback
121 Miles Class I ATV
121 Miles Class II ATV
144 Miles Off-Highway Motorcycling
Most state forest road and trails are open to mountain bikes unless posted.
Notice: Groomed snowmobile trails, as signed, are closed Dec. 1 to off-highway vehicles (OHVs) and highway licensed vehicles (HLV's).
SPECIAL FEATURES IN STATE FOREST
• Willard Munger State Trail