Blue Ox Trail
Located in northern Minnesota, the 74-mile Blue Ox Trail follows an abandoned railroad grade and provides an easy and relatively straight ride. Traveling through stretches of black spruce, swamps and upland aspen stands, the trail provides a scenic ride any season of the year. Ideal for viewing wildlife, remember to watch for beavers, eagles, moose, wolves and bobcats. Note: The trail begins and ends on the north and south edge of the City of Littlefork. The City permits ATV travel through town. The trail is provided by Koochiching County.
Trail contactsThe start of the trail to FunkleyMN DNR Parks & Trails/Bemidji: 218-308-2367 Funkley to Big FallsNorthome Ridge Runners/Jack White: 218-897-5764 Big Falls to south LittleforkMN DNR Parks & Trails/Grand Rapids: 218-328-8982 North Littlefork to International FallsMN DNR Parks & Trails/Tower: 218-300-7841Littlefork permits ATV travel through town.
Parking and trail access in Big Falls and Northome.
- See contact number by trail section.
OPEN: Start of trail to Funkley - OPEN; Funkley to Big Falls - OPEN; Big Falls to south of Littlefork - OPEN; North of Littlefork to International Falls - OPEN
4/1 to 11/30
Difficulty & trail length