Chippewa National Forest - Recreation Program Fee Accomplishment Report 2010As you visit the Chippewa National Forest you will quickly notice that water orientated recreation such as fishing, canoeing, camping, water-skiing and swimming are popular! Twenty-one developed campgrounds, located on the major lakes, offer a place to relax or to fish muskie, walleye, northern pike, bass or sunfish. To "rough it", primitive campsites are available into more remote areas. There are 298 miles of non-motorized trails to view the Chippewa National Forest and 315 miles of motorized trails. ENJOY...
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