network of trails, including Grant-In-Aid trails, county and township
roads, and ditch banks, add up to 170 miles of town-to-wilderness
riding. The Fourtown-Grygla Grant-In-Aid trails, located within
several state Wildlife Management Areas, connect to the Con-Con
lands. Check trail conditions before you ride: This largely flat area is
prone to unstable soil. ATVs are allowed to operate on the far right
side of the travel lane of county and township roads, but always
exercise caution when sharing the road.
through the Beltrami Island State Forest (east of the Bemis Hill Trails).
Easygoing rides through the region's low flatlands, peat bogs and pine-
covered ridges make for a great way to pass the time until snowmobiling
season opens in this famous winter sports area. A picnic area and
restrooms are located at the Carp's Pit Recreation area.
141 to Cole Forest Road. Turn west for two miles to Roosevelt-Norris Forest Road. Turn south for
approximately three miles to Carp Forest Road, then east about two miles to parking area.