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Chippewa National Forest
The Chippewa National Forest is Part of the Brainerd Lakes Audio Tour

Chippewa National Forest Minnesota Tourism Information

Chippewa National Forest, MN owes its existence to the University of Minnesota rhetoric professor Maria Sanford, who in 1900 wrote a strongly worded editorial in order to save the area from logging interests, which led to the passing of the Morris Act. The Morris Act set aside only 5% of the Chippewa National Forest for preservation. While the victory seems small, the forest would not exist at all today without Maria Sanford’s hard work and persistence. The Chippewa National Forest offers both developed and rustic campsites, a visitor center, 290 miles of hiking trails, 900 miles of river and three of the largest lakes in Minnesota.

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TOUR ROUTE: Starts in Anoka, MN and follows Highways 10 and 371 through Brainerd, ending at Bemidji, MN.

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This northern Minnesota tour guides you along Highways 10 & 371 from the Twin Cities metro area to Bemidji and travels through the Brainerd Lakes area, one of the most popular resort areas in the state of Minnesota. On this Minnesota scenic drive, you’ll hear tall tales of Paul Bunyan and Babe the Blue Ox, stories of the .... more ...