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Superior National Forest has more than 2,000 miles of recreational trails for all
types of uses, including off-highway vehicle. The Motor Vehicle Use Maps are four
separate, double-sided maps showing motorized riding trails and roads. If a road
or trail you find in the forest is not on the map, it is not legal for you to ride it,
regardless if others have done so. Cross country travel is not permitted.
Contact information
www.fs.usda.gov/superior
Main Office, Duluth
218-626-4300
Gunflint Ranger District
218-387-1750
Kawishiwi Ranger District (Ely)
218-365-7600
LaCroix Ranger District (Cook)
218-666-0020
Laurentian Ranger District (Aurora)
218-229-8800
Deer River Ranger District
218-246-2123
Tofte Ranger District
218-323-7722
Chippewa National Forest has 315 miles of motorized trails.
Within Chippewa National Forest:
OHV use is allowed only on roads that are designated open for such use, as
marked on the Motorized Vehicle Use Map.
Forest Service roads are identified and signed with a number at their main
intersection with other roads.
Designated roads include both low standard and higher standard roads.
Please show caution when sharing a road with passenger vehicle traffic.
Contact information
www.fs.usda.gov/chippewa
Main Office, Cass Lake
218-335-8600
Blackduck Ranger District
218-835-4291
Deer River Ranger District
218-246-2123
Walker Ranger District
218-547-1044
SUPERIOR AND CHIPPEWA
NATIONAL FORESTS