Trail Conditions2019-05-24T12:29:13+00:00

 

 
Click Map for Details to Balsam to Little Moose Trail Reroute

Itasca County Trail Conditions

Spring has arrived in northern Minnesota. All ATV/OHV Trails are OPEN in the Grand Rapids/Itasca County area. There is a re-route on the Balsam ATV Trail: 

Re-route: Balsam ATV Trail Mile Marker 1-3 – trail closed due to trail repair needed. Follow signs for re-route on County Rd 8 west to County Road 7 north that will take you back onto the trail.

Re-route: Balsam to Little Moose Trail Mile Marker 7-8 trail closed due to water over trail and poor conditions. Enter onto County Rd 336 to get to the Little Moose Trail.

 

ATV Group on UPM Blandin Trail

ATV Trail Reports

5-23-19 – All trails are OPEN, but re-route on Balsam Trail. Trails are a little wetter than normal, so use caution, watch for signs and re-routes and stay on the designated trail system or County Roads.

Spring, Summer and Fall is a great time to be in the woods on the designated forest trails. You can ride ATV in the City of Grand Rapids and Itasca County area has opened up all county roads (except the road into Scenic State Park). This makes it convenient to connect to the grant and aid wooded trails and state trail systems. The city of Grand Rapids has also opened their roads (except the central downtown business district) to ride to access lodging, restaurants, retail and bars/grills. As the trails open this season, we will keep you up to date below:

Safety training is recommended for everyone who operates an OHV. It is required for ATV riders born after July 1, 1987, and OHM riders under the age of 16. Click HERE for more information.

Itasca County ATV Trail OPEN/CLOSE Dates:

Alborn/Pengilly- OPENS: April 1st, CLOSES November 30th

Alvwood/Squaw Lake- OPENS May 2nd, CLOSES March 15th

Bigfork/Balsam- OPENS May 15th-30th, CLOSES November 1st

Little Moose-OPENS May 15th, CLOSES November 1st

Balsam-OPENS May 15th, CLOSES November 1st

Northwoods/Goodland-OPENS May 15th, CLOSES November 1st

Northwoods/UPM/Blandin – OPENS May 15th, CLOSES November 1st

Thistledew – OPENS April 1st, CLOSES November 30th

SOO Line – OPENS April 1st, CLOSES November 1st

Click HERE for Minnesota DNR ATV/OHV trail dates.

 

Photo courtesy of GRIMBA and taken by John Connelly

Mountain Biking Trail Reports

Grand Rapids and Itasca Mountain Bike Association is responsible for maintaining mountain bike trails in the Grand Rapids and Cohasset area. They maintain Legion Trail, and Tioga Recreation Area in conjunction with the City of Cohasset.

Right now trails are CLOSED due to spring thaw. Check back for updates on opening dates and trail conditions reports.

 

 


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ATV Group on UPM Blandin Trail

ATV Trail Reports

5-23-19 – All trails are OPEN, but re-route on Balsam Trail. Trails are a little wetter than normal, so use caution, watch for signs and re-routes and stay on the designated trail system or County Roads.

Spring, Summer and Fall is a great time to be in the woods on the designated forest trails. You can ride ATV in the City of Grand Rapids and Itasca County area has opened up all county roads (except the road into Scenic State Park). This makes it convenient to connect to the grant and aid wooded trails and state trail systems. The city of Grand Rapids has also opened their roads (except the central downtown business district) to ride to access lodging, restaurants, retail and bars/grills. As the trails open this season, we will keep you up to date below:

Safety training is recommended for everyone who operates an OHV. It is required for ATV riders born after July 1, 1987, and OHM riders under the age of 16. Click HERE for more information.

Itasca County ATV Trail OPEN/CLOSE Dates:

Alborn/Pengilly- OPENS: April 1st, CLOSES November 30th

Alvwood/Squaw Lake- OPENS May 2nd, CLOSES March 15th

Bigfork/Balsam- OPENS May 15th-30th, CLOSES November 1st

Little Moose-OPENS May 15th, CLOSES November 1st

Balsam-OPENS May 15th, CLOSES November 1st

Northwoods/Goodland-OPENS May 15th, CLOSES November 1st

Northwoods/UPM/Blandin – OPENS May 15th, CLOSES November 1st

Thistledew – OPENS April 1st, CLOSES November 30th

SOO Line – OPENS April 1st, CLOSES November 1st

Click HERE for Minnesota DNR ATV/OHV trail dates.

 

Photo courtesy of GRIMBA and taken by John Connelly

Mountain Biking Trail Reports

Grand Rapids and Itasca Mountain Bike Association is responsible for maintaining mountain bike trails in the Grand Rapids and Cohasset area. They maintain Legion Trail, and Tioga Recreation Area in conjunction with the City of Cohasset.

Right now trails are CLOSED due to spring thaw. Check back for updates on opening dates and trail conditions reports.

 

 


Additional Trail Condition Resources:

 

 

 

Additional Trail Condition Resources:

 

 

 

 


 

Additional Trail Condition Resources:

 

 

 

 


 

ATV Group on UPM Blandin Trail

ATV Trail Reports

5-23-19 – All trails are OPEN, but re-route on Balsam Trail. Trails are a little wetter than normal, so use caution, watch for signs and re-routes and stay on the designated trail system or County Roads.

Spring, Summer and Fall is a great time to be in the woods on the designated forest trails. You can ride ATV in the City of Grand Rapids and Itasca County area has opened up all county roads (except the road into Scenic State Park). This makes it convenient to connect to the grant and aid wooded trails and state trail systems. The city of Grand Rapids has also opened their roads (except the central downtown business district) to ride to access lodging, restaurants, retail and bars/grills. As the trails open this season, we will keep you up to date below:

Safety training is recommended for everyone who operates an OHV. It is required for ATV riders born after July 1, 1987, and OHM riders under the age of 16. Click HERE for more information.

Itasca County ATV Trail OPEN/CLOSE Dates:

Alborn/Pengilly- OPENS: April 1st, CLOSES November 30th

Alvwood/Squaw Lake- OPENS May 2nd, CLOSES March 15th

Bigfork/Balsam- OPENS May 15th-30th, CLOSES November 1st

Little Moose-OPENS May 15th, CLOSES November 1st

Balsam-OPENS May 15th, CLOSES November 1st

Northwoods/Goodland-OPENS May 15th, CLOSES November 1st

Northwoods/UPM/Blandin – OPENS May 15th, CLOSES November 1st

Thistledew – OPENS April 1st, CLOSES November 30th

SOO Line – OPENS April 1st, CLOSES November 1st

Click HERE for Minnesota DNR ATV/OHV trail dates.

 

Photo courtesy of GRIMBA and taken by John Connelly

Mountain Biking Trail Reports

Grand Rapids and Itasca Mountain Bike Association is responsible for maintaining mountain bike trails in the Grand Rapids and Cohasset area. They maintain Legion Trail, and Tioga Recreation Area in conjunction with the City of Cohasset.

Right now trails are CLOSED due to spring thaw. Check back for updates on opening dates and trail conditions reports.

 

 


Additional Trail Condition Resources:

 

 

 

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