Woodtick Trail Auto Tour

Area Status: Open
This area is Open
 

Journey along the 13-mile auto tour known as the Woodtick Trail.  Built along an 1890’s railroad grade used originally to haul logs to a Longville sawmill, the Woodtick Trail now takes visitors around scenic lakes and wetlands.  As you travel the Woodtick, be prepared to stop and enjoy the different points along the way.  Signs on the roadside mark areas which coordinate with the brochure.  You may choose to just drive through this auto tour or take advantage of the trail stops to get out and stretch your legs a bit.  Posts marking the trail will be on the right hand side. Enjoy!

1. Junction of Woodtick Trail and Highway 371

The Woodtick auto tour begins at the junction of Highway 371 and Forest Road 2107, the “Woodtick Trail”.

2. Woodtick Fields (.4 mile)

3. North Country Trail (.6 miles)

4. White Spruce Plantation (1.1 miles)

5. Parking for North Country Trail  (2.1 miles)

6. Road Cut (3.2 miles)

7. Diamond Lake Intersection (3.3 miles)

 8. Webb Lake Swamp  (4.8 miles)

9. Beaver Lodge (6.3 miles)

10. Stocking Lake (7.0 miles)

11. Moccasin Lake Access (9.4 miles) 

12. Aspen Regeneration (10 miles)

13. Goose Lake Trail  (12.1 miles)

14.  North County Trail Head and Parking (12.3)

15. Junction of Woodtick Trail and County 5  (13.2)

 If you wish to continue to Longville, turn left off of the Trail. Turn right if you plan on traveling to Hackensack.

See a full description of the stops here.

 

At a Glance

Fees None
Usage: Light
Closest Towns: Walker
Water: None
Operated By: Operated by the Forest Service

General Information

Directions: The Woodtick auto tour beings at the junction of Highway 371 and Forest Road 2107.

Activities



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