Address: Chippewa County, Wisconsin
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The 33,000-acre Chippewa County Forest offers a wide range of outdoor recreation opportunities. Much of the forest is located within the glaciated terminal moraine, created by the former Wisconsin Glacier. It consists of Oak, Aspen, and hardwood trees, with wetlands and lakes in the low-lying areas. The rolling topography offers some excellent terrain for a variety of recreational trails. The Hickory Ridge and River Road Trails offer over 12 miles for cross-country skiing, mountain biking, and hiking. Over half of the Ice Age Hiking Trail in Chippewa County is located within the County Forest. In addition, there are many miles of old logging trails that offer hiking opportunities. The snowmobile trails wind through the forest, and there are over 19 miles of ATV Trails. For the horseback rider, there are over 22 miles of horse trails. Hunting, camping, and berry picking are also popular activities within the County Forest.