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.
Winter Use: Forest OHV trails allow winter OHV use, with the exception of Snowway 1 between December 1st and March 31st. OHVs may cross Snowway 1 at 90 degree angle to cross to other side.
There are no plowed parking lots.
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Parking and trail access 12 miles west of Pine River to south on Spider McKinley Forest Rd.
- Minnesota DNR Parks & Trails
ATV (class II allowed)
OPEN. The trail from Snow Way to the intersection of #310 is closed. Watch for signs and use caution.
Year-round (Except Firearms Deer Season or on groomed snowmobile trails)
Difficulty & trail length