Spider Lake Trails
The Spider Lake Trails travel 29 miles throughout Foot Hills State Forest. From smooth and sandy to rough and rocky, the trails provide a challenging ride as they curve around lakes and ponds, follow ridges, and traverse several hills and slopes throughout the forest. Trails are open year-round, except on groomed, signed snowmobile trails.
Parking and trail access 12 miles west of Pine River to south on Spider McKinley Forest Rd.
- Minnesota DNR Parks & Trails
OPEN - Logging adjacent to Snoway One south of intersection #17, with access coming from Hwy. 64. Watch for signs and use caution. Logging activity also taking place to the southeast of the north parking lot with access from the Spider McKinley Forest Road, watch for signs and use caution. A good rule of thumb is that if a road or trail has been plowed, slow down and be prepared to meet highway licensed vehicles.
Year-round (Except Firearms Deer Season or on groomed snowmobile trails)
Difficulty & trail length