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his 2532 acre state forest was purchased by the state in the 1930’s. Its name originates from the flat and sandy characteristic of much of area. Fall Brook, a popular trout fishing stream, flows from east to west through the middle of this forest. Other recreational pursuits on the area include white-tailed deer, turkey, and other small game hunting, horse back riding, and woodland hiking and biking. Access to the area is provided by a network of 5.7 miles of forest access roads beginning at Bucks Corners on the Moose River Road. Jeep Trail access roads include Fall Brook Crest (0.7 miles) and Powell (1.7 miles) which follow the lower and upper rim of the Fall Brook Gorge.