Located south of CSAH 1, Arrowhead Lake is one of the fourteen lakes of the Whitefish Chain.
Located on the south side of CSAH 11, this is actually a marshland area with several floating bogs. It’s a haven for wildlife. Travelers should keep the camera handy while going past this lake.
This 77-acre tract on Timberland Road was donated by the Chiarella family as a Forest Management Area and planted by the Department of Natural Resources in 1992.
Located on the north side of CSAH 11, the osprey nest is atop a pole (which was erected and the nest transferred from the nearby power pole).
On the north side, we see a Glacial Boulder Field, evidence of an ice age retreat across Minnesota. Bunyan lore refers to these as Paul's pebbles used in his slingshot as a boy.
Donated to the DNR by the Uppgaard family in 1987, this 110 acre tract has been specially landscaped to attract various wildlife from deer to butterflies.
This low marshy area is the home for a variety of wildlife. Stop for a minute right after a rain or during spring run-off, you will see a small creek meandering towards the small lake.
The public water access to Pelican Lake is one of the few remaining undeveloped areas around Pelican Lake. The area is a designated loon nesting area.
Located southwest of the intersection of CSAH 3 and 11 near Pelican Lake, this 120 acre forest was designated the Pelican Lake Memorial Forest.
Another area of habitat for local wildlife, a meadowland. Again take a minute to search for wildflowers, birds and animals that may be in the area.