Migizi Bike Trail

Area Status: Open
This area is Open
 

photo fo migizi bike trail in the fall

This beautiful trail is named for the bald eagle, migizi in Ojibwe language. Dedicated in 2003, the Migizi Trail circles Pike Bay on an 19-mile paved loop through the big red pines of the original Ten Section of the Chippewa National Forest. There are four access point along the trail route: Forest Supervisor's Office in Cass Lake, across from Cass Lake Wayside Rest on Highway 2; Norway Beach Recreation Area off Highway 2; South Pike Bay Picnic Area on the Pike Bay Loop road.  Many bikers begin their ride at the Norway Beach campgrounds in the summer. Please use caution when crossing Highway 2 out of the Norway Beach Recreation Area.

At a Glance

Current Conditions: All restrooms closed until further notice
Fees None
Usage: Light
Closest Towns: Bemidji, Cass Lake
Water: None
Operated By: Operated by the Forest Service

General Information

Directions: There are four access point along the trail route: Forest Supervisor's Office in Cass Lake, across from Cass Lake Wayside Rest on Highway 2; Norway Beach Recreation Area off Highway 2; South Pike Bay Picnic Area on the Pike Bay Loop road.Many bikers begin their ride at the Norway Beach campgrounds in the summer. Please use caution when crossing Highway 2 out of the Norway Beach Recreation Area.

Activities


Bicycling

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Camping & Cabins

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Picnicking

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Picnicking


Winter Sports

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