ATV & OHV Recreation

Local Club Information:
Kristal Schmitz - River Valley ATV Riders
PO Box 221, Cloquet MN 55720
(218) 348-0205

Arrowhead ATV Club

Location: Duluth, Minnesota
United States Info: Our club was formed to have a strong voice regarding policy & laws in our sport. We are also a riding club. We are members of ATVAM (State Organization).

Minnesota ATV Trails - click HERE
ATV Trail Finder (ATVFan site)

Fond du Lac State Forest Trails - Link to information HERE

Soo Pits Trails

Located near Moose Lake, the Soo Pits Trails are adjacent to the Soo Line ATV Trail. The site is a former gravel pit.

From Moose Lake, 1/2 mi E on Hwy 27.

Carlton County, Greg Bernu(218) 384-9179

Gen. C.C. Andrews State Forest OHV Trails

This state forest is named after General Christopher Columbus Andrews, a Civil War general and Minnesota's first chief fire warden. Jack and red pine cover most of this forest, alongside stands of birch, aspen, and oak. These gently rolling trails provide an easy ride on fairly level, sandy soil. Recreational facilities include the Willow River Campground and public water accesses.

From Willow River, N on Co Rd 61, 2 mi, R (E) 2 mi, L (N) 1/2 mi Dago Lake day-use parking area.

Pine County
MN DNR T & WMoose Lake Area Office(218) 485-5410

Soo Line North ATV Trail: Moose Lake - Lawler

The Soo Line North ATV Trail is a 148-mile trail consisting of three main sections: from Moose Lake to Lawler, from Lawler to Shovel Lake, from Shovel Lake to Cass Lake. The trail is mostly forested with several large bogs along the route. Portions of the trail run through the Hill River State Forest, Bowstring State Forest, and Chippewa National Forest. This trail connects with the 114-mile Soo Line South ATV Trail just southwest of Moose Lake.

Trail head 3/4 mi SW of Soo Line Depot in Moose Lake.

Aitkin & Carlton County
Carlton County, Greg Bernu(218) 384-9179

Soo Line South ATV Trail: Moose Lake - Superior, WI

The Soo Line South ATV Trail is a 114-mile trail beginning at Saunders Junction, Wisconsin (near Superior). It runs southwesterly through Douglas County, Wisconsin, and ends at Genola, Minnesota. This scenic route includes a mix of woods, farmland, and trestle crossings on the Kettle River and Birch Creek and includes the Northern Pine Riders ATV Trail. The Soo Line South ATV Trail connects with the 148-mile Soo Line North ATV Trail, southwest of Moose Lake.

Parking at Soo Line Depot in Moose Lake.

Carlton County, Greg Bernu(218) 384-9179