Oak Leaf Trail

Area Status: Open
Oak Leaf Trailhead

The Oak Leaf Trail is a  4-mile loop attached to the northeast end of the North Country National Scenic Trail.   It is a marked, graveled trail.  The trail can be accessed at the eastern trailhead of the North Country National Scenic Trail.  Click here for a map of the Oak Leaf Loop Trail.

The eastern trailhead can be reached by traveling north three miles on County Road 4 (153rd Avenue SE) from Highway 27.  Continue to follow County Road 4 by turning east (64th Street SE) for one mile and then turn north on County Road 23 (154th Avenue SE) and go about two and a half miles to the trailhead.

Please note, Oak Leaf Trail is intended for non-motorized travel.  Motorized vehicles including motorcycles, all-terrain vehicles (ATVs), utility terrain vehicles (UTVs), and snowmobiles are not allowed to travel on the trail.

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