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Welcome to DNR's newest state forest—Centennial State Forest.
This land is being managed as working forest that provides for timber production, wildlife habitat, and recreational activities. It maintains the integrity of a large block of habitat for white-tailed deer, black bear, timber wolf and ruffed grouse. The land also includes more than five miles of Grant-in-Aid snowmobile trails and provides expanded opportunities for hunting, fishing, paddling along undeveloped shoreline, hiking, bird watching and many other outdoor recreation activities.
At this time the DNR is completing the motor use classification for the forest as well as designating roads and trails. Because the forest is located south of US Highway 2, there are two motor use classifications the DNR may consider: limited or closed. A limited classified forest allows OHVs to operate only on roads and designated trails, whereas a closed forest does not permit OHVs on any forest roads or trails. The DNR is currently considering the limited classification for Centennial State Forest.
Comments received during the public review period will be used to develop a final recommendation that will be submitted to the DNR Commissioner for approval. Changes to state forest classification and road designations must be made by Commissioner's order and published in the State Register.
The Centennial State forest map can be viewed electronically as a geospatial PDF (GeoPDF) on your mobile device with applications such as Avenza Maps. The built-in GPS features of your phone will show your location in the state forest using the built in GeoPDF map. Avenza Maps or other GeoPDF applications are available for download at the App Store or Google Playor Microsoft.
5 Miles Snowmobiling