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This 13,793 acre state forest is actually a group of 6 neighboring forests with similar features. The area is located in the core of Tug Hill, with its mostly poor soils and severe winter conditions. Recreational pursuits include traditional activities like trout fishing and white-tailed deer and small game hunting, as well as more contemporary winter activities such as cross country skiing and snowmobiling. Over 15 miles of maintained forest access roads, 1.8 miles of dedicated snowmobile trails, and 1.4 miles of roads limited to motor vehicle access for people with disabilities by permit only, round out the extensive public access offered by this unique area. The Carpenter Road trail system, located on Lewis Reforestation Area 23, offers 8 miles of scenic pathways designated for skiing, biking and hiking.