About Chippewa National Forest
Nestled in the heart of Minnesota, the Chippewa National Forest is a captivating haven of natural wonders and diverse ecosystems. This forest serves as a bridge between western prairies and sprawling northern boreal forest, showcasing the harmonious coexistence of various habitats. It is home to the highest breeding population of Bald Eagles in the lower 48 United States, a testament to its ecological richness. This gem of a forest is renowned for its aqueous character, boasting more than 400,000 acres of pristine open water bodies and lush wetlands that offer a haven for an array of aquatic life forms.