food, fuel, restroom, lodging
Access also available at Bemis Hill Campground and Hayes
Lake State Park.
offers an impressive 238 miles of off-roading
trails through the deep northern woods, with
96 miles highlighted in the Bemis Hill Trails
system. Once an island on glacial Lake Agassiz,
Bemis Hill Trails take riders on a scenic ride
through pine forests, along rocky glacial ridges
and past peat bogs. The forest is classified
as "managed" for motor vehicles, meaning
highway licensed vehicles are allowed on roads/
routes unless posted; ATVs, ORVs and OHMs
are allowed on roads, routes and designated
trails; and ATV travel off routes, roads and
designated trails is prohibited except when
hunter/trapper exceptions apply.
Wilton Trails Northwest · Agassiz Recreational Trail · Warroad/Roseau Trails
Bemis Hill Trails · Martineau Recreational Trails · Forest Riders Trails
Round River Drive Trail · Fourtown-Grygla Trail System
through four state forests: Two Inlets, Smoky
Hills, Paul Bunyan and White Earth. All those
miles mean you'll get a little bit of everything,
from mild-mannered state forest roads winding
through the forest to more difficult terrain that
will challenge experienced riders. This trail also
connects to the Schoolcraft and Round River
trails on the north end.
ATV/OHM trail serves as
a connector route between
the Forest Riders ATV Trail
in Lake George and the
northern Paul Bunyan State
Forest. But this trail has
its own charms, traversing
forest and township roads
through hilly terrain
peppered with ponds and
on County Road 9 for three miles then south
for one block on Reverse Trail. Parking is also
available at the trailheads near Lake George on
Highway or off of Highway 9.
one but two huge off-roading opportunities.
The Round River Drive and Martineau trail
systems provide over 200 miles of trails
showcasing the area's unique post-glacial
moraine landscape. Amid deep pine and
oak forests, riders can expect ever-changing
challenges and vistas, including rocky hills,
smooth meadows, moraines, ponds and
pothole lakes. Martineau is OHM only and
features technical and narrow single-track
trails, as well as some suitable for beginners.
Plan to spend at least a day exploring this
beautiful part of Minnesota.