The Superior National Forest manages many resources with the objective of caring for the land and serving people. Management protects natural resource values, public health and safety, and is consistent with the Forest land and resource management goals outlined in the Forest Plan. In order to meet these objectives, permits may be required for the occupancy and use of Forest Service land or resources. Additionally, passes assist in funding certain management projects or activities.
Permits are required for
Use of roads not open to the general public for motorized use.
Use of roads/driveways across NFS land to access private property.
Snowplowing Forest roads.
Permits are Not Required:
Permits are not required for collection of minor forest products, such as flowers, plants, berries, acorns, nuts or small amounts of medicinal roots, from areas other than designated recreation, research, natural or other areas closed to such activities. However, such collections are limited to reasonable quantities for personal use; there can be no disturbance of surface resources; and the products must not be protected by State or Federal laws or regulations.