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•The forest is located in Pine County along the Minnesota-Wisconsin border. St. Croix State Forest can be accessed from different locations. Refer to the Minnesota state highway map for directions.
•St. Croix State Forest serves as a great access point to the St. Croix State Canoe Route, a nationally designated Wild and Scenic River.
•St. Croix State Forest features the wild and picturesque Tamarack River, a narrow, twisting river that slowly makes its way south to join the much larger St. Croix River. Although often shallow, the Tamarack changes character following a heavy rain and becomes fast, deep, and dangerous.
updated Jan 2014
Canoe / Kayak
22 Miles Horseback
25 Miles Mountain Biking
45 Miles Class I ATV
45 Miles Class II ATV
45 Miles Off-Highway Motorcycling
42 Miles Snowmobiling
•Notice: Groomed snowmobile trails, as signed, are closed Dec. 1 to off-highway vehicles (OHVs) and highway licensed vehicles (HLV's).
Mountain bikers are prohibited from using the horseback riding and hiking trails shown on map.
SPECIAL FEATURES IN STATE FOREST