Snow Depth and Groomed Trail Conditions

Iron Range Off-Highway Vehicle Recreation Area

Trail conditions:

Snowmobile - Snowmobile trail gates are open. Clubs and Area Trail crews have started to groom the trails leading in and out of the Iron Range State Recreation Area. Please use caution on the trails and stay to the right. No motorized vehicles other than snowmobiles are allowed on state trails or grant-in-aid snowmobile trails.OHV, OHM, ATV - expect the trails and hilly areas to be more challenging, and slippery; use extra caution and safety procedures. Winter storms and high winds may have caused downed trees and limbs to be on the trails.

Snowmobiling
Trail conditions: good
Trail groomed? partially
Trail base: 1 - 6"
Trail mileage: 0

The trail(s):
Minnesota's premier Off-Highway Vehicle Recreation Area, located in Gilbert, MN. 36 miles of OHV trails. All OHVs allowed. Varied levels of difficulty from easy to more difficult to most difficult. Winter takes these trails to a whole new technical level. The Park is completely accessible for those with disabilities.

Facilities:

  • Public restrooms at Office during open hours.
  • Gas, restrooms, food and lodging available in nearby Gilbert.

Last updated on January 12, 2022. Local snow depth is 8+".

Getting there

7196 Pettit Road
Gilbert, MN 55741

In the city of Gilbert, take HWY 37 (Gilbert's Main Street) to HWY 135. Take a right on 135 to Enterprise Trail. From HWY 53 in the city of Eveleth, exit at the Gilbert/Biwabik interchange onto HWY 37, and follow Gilbert directions above. From I-35 take HWY 33 (exit 237) through Cloquet. Exit HWY 53, north to HWY 37 east, then follow Gilbert directions above.

Available at entrance

Contact

Phone: 218-735-3830
Email: [email protected]
Open 8:00 a.m. until 3:30 p.m weekends (Friday, Saturday, Sunday) from late November through April but not attended Saturdays and Sundays. o Parking and trail access in nearby Gilbert (Saturdays and Sundays)

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