Sand Ridge State Forest

Called an “island in a sea of agriculture,” this 7,200-acre state forest provides snowmobile enthusiasts with 26 miles of panoramic trails.

Sled through expanses of oak and hickory woodlands and vast pine plantations, along with open fields, grasslands and sand prairies left when the flood waters of the last glaciation period receded around 15,000 years ago . A bird-watchers paradise, the state’s largest state forest also offers abundant wildlife including deer, turkeys, pheasant, quail, doves and several varieties of squirrels.

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