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Chippewa National Forest
Guide to (Designated) Dispersed Camping
1 Forest 76 dispersed sites $FREE
In the woods and waters of our first national forest in the state of Minnesota, these 666,000 acres of old growth conifers, aspen grove, birch and sugar maple bush contain a secret collection of some of the most distinct and unforgettable primitive camping experiences. A handful of them are crown jewels of all Minnesota's offerings. Some of them are complete garbage. Find out which ones are worth the trip and where to find them in this premium camp guide.
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