Ottawa National Forest

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Ottawa National Forest

Address:E 6248 US 2
Ironwood, MI 49938

Size: 1,000,000 acres.
Location:Northwestern corner of Michigan's upper peninsula, near Wisconsin state line. Accessible by US 2 and 45; MI 28 and 64. Nearby cities/towns include Bessemer, Iron River, Ironwood, Kenton, Ontonagon, Trout Creek, Wakefield, and Watersmeet.
Facilities:Visitor center, 22 campgrounds, group camps, dispersed camping, picnic sites, trails (200 miles), boat launches, scenic drives, ski areas.
Activities:Camping, hunting, fishing, boating, canoeing, kayaking, swimming, hiking, mountain biking, cross-country and downhill skiing, snowmobiling, ice fishing, snowshoeing.
Special Features:500 named lakes, 2,000 miles of streams, and numerous waterfalls; 108 miles of the North Country National Scenic Trail (see entry in national trails section); Black River Harbor, the Forest Service's only Great Lakes harbor. Portions of the forest receive more than 200 inches of snow annually.

See other parks in Michigan.
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Capitol Christmas tree cut in Michigan: a white spruce from the Ottawa National Forest (2001)
The natural areas selected to he modeled at a finer scale in this study were the western and eastern portions of the Hiawatha National Forest (WHNF and EHNF), Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore (PIRO), Ottawa National Forest (ONF) and Seney National Wildlife Refuge (SNWR).
From Lake Superior ("Get-che-gum-me" to the Ojibwa) to Lake Gogebic from the Ottawa National Forest to the Sylvania Wilderness and from Watersmeet to Bruce Crossing to Houghton Megis is a novel of a place that is as rich in history and mythology as it is in fresh air water and woodlands.
5 million acres of the Ottawa National Forest and the UP quickly becomes a partridge hunter's paradise.
South and east of the Huron Mountains lies the Ottawa National Forest, containing over 1.
This year's tree, a 67-year-old, 74-foot white spruce hails from Ottawa National Forest in Michigan and was decorated with several thousand handmade ornaments representing the tree's home state.
The first facilities placed into service were 16 miles of 8-inch steel main along a federal highway, much through the Ottawa National Forest.
In Michigan's Ottawa National Forest, a region with scarcely any roadless or unfragmented wilderness, the Ten Mile Creek sale proposes 22 miles of new roads and 35 clearcuts covering approximately 350 acres.
Through the Forest Service, $900,000 will be allocated for the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest in Wisconsin with an additional $100,000 for the adjacent Ottawa National Forest in Michigan to address road damage in the national forests.
Forest Service reintroduced 61 fishers into the Ottawa National Forest in the western Upper Peninsula of Michigan between 1961-1963 (Brander and Brooks, 1973).
Contact the Ottawa National Forest office at 906/932-1330.
Ottawa National Forest - Iron River And Watersmeet Ranger Districts

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