Turtle Mountain State Forest

Turtle Mountain State Forest


Location:8 miles north of Bottineau, off Highway 43.
Facilities:Strawberry Lake: Primitive and equestrian campsites, drinking water, swimming beach, boat launch. Hahn's Bay: Primitive campsites, drinking water, fishing pier, boat launch to Lake Metigoshe, picnic shelters. Twisted Oaks: Picnic tables, vault toilets. All 3 locations provide trailhead access to an extensive trail system.
Activities:Camping (primitive only), fishing, swimming, boating (electric motors only on Strawberry Lake), hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, snowmobiling, cross-country skiing.
Special Features:Forest extends from the foothills of the Turtle Mountains to the Canadian border and is the largest contiguous block of forested land in the state. Within its boundaries are Strawberry Lake Recreation Area, Hahn's Bay Recreation Area, and Twisted Oaks, a day use area.
Address:c/o North Dakota Forest Service
307 1st St E
Bottineau, ND 58318

Phone:701-228-5422
Fax:701-228-5448
Web: www.ndsu.nodak.edu/forestservice/stateforest/turtle_mtn.htm
Size: 7,494 acres.

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