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New state forest maps lead to summer fun

ST. PAUL — Eight new state forest maps from the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources feature recreation highlights to help Minnesotans find their perfect adventure.

The maps, in print and mobile formats, are available for Bear Island, Big Fork, Burntside, Golden Anniversary, Remer, Koochiching, Smokey Bear and White Earth state forests. In addition to the new maps, the DNR recently updated maps for an additional 23 state forests. The list of state forests with updated maps can be found at https://bit.ly/2ZioMQJ , or download the free Avenza App and search MNDNR + state forest name in the app store.

State forest maps can lead the way to summer hiking, mountain biking, birding, berry picking, horseback and ATV riding, fishing, camping and more.

Fresh, redesigned paper maps with site-specific details are also available from the DNR Info Center by calling 1-888-646-6367. A PDF version of the paper map can be downloaded and printed from the state forest webpage.

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