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•This 160,000-acre forest is situated in Mahnomen, Clearwater, and Becker counties and is divided into three units: Northeast, West, and South. Most of the forest is within the boundaries of the White Earth Indian Reservation.
•Within the forest you will find both motorized and nonmotorized trails, a boat launch, primitive camping, a fishing pier, a historic site, a rest area, and WMAs to explore.
•White Earth State Forest has 65 miles of dual-purpose forest roads and 70 miles of snowmobile trails.
•Visit White Earth State Forest for the day and stay in Itasca State Park overnight, only minutes away.
14 Miles Hiking
1.7 Miles Class I ATV
1.7 Miles Class II ATV
1.7 Miles Off-Highway Motorcycling
56 Miles Snowmobiling
• Most state forest roads 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).
• Note: White Earth tribal lands are always closed to non-band members.
SPECIAL FEATURES IN STATE FOREST