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To view information about a state forest, click on the green dot on the map
NOTICE: Due to storms, road closures and other factors beyond our control, access to trails or other property features may sometimes be closed. Be sure to check our News/Events page prior to your trip.
Look for the for properties that have horse trails and/or horse camping facilities.
Look for the for properties that have mountain bike trails.
Your state forests are managed under the policy of multiple use in order to obtain benefits from recreation, timber production and watershed protection. They are open to the public for hunting during season and are actively managed for healthy fish and wildlife populations. Recreational development will not take precedence over natural resource conservation and protection and will continue to be structured on the natural rather than the "built" environment.