Weather Forecast


Updated road closures

The heavy rains last week affected portions of the Superior National Forest, primarily roads and some recreation sites on the Laurentian Ranger District in the southern portion of the forest.

Only minor washouts with some shallow water across a few of the main roads were reported on the Tofte and Gunflint Ranger Districts. Crews are still checking on low standard roads.

Roads and facilities on the Kawishiwi and LaCroix Ranger Districts in the northern portion of the Forest were not affected by flooding.

Forest managers urge all visitors to use caution driving forest roads and to be aware that crews may not have been able to assess and sign all affected roads. Also, as a result of saturated soils, trees may begin to fall over unexpectedly.

A list of affected Forest roads and sites will be updated and posted on the Superior National Forest website:

This is the current list:


  • FR118 (Camp 26)
  • FR130 (Mooseline)
  • FR425 (Closed after entrance to Cadotte Lake Campground)
  • FR419 (Pine Lake)
  • FR122 (Langley)
  • FR 418 (Seven Beavers)
  • FR113 (Skibo Road)

    Two-day use sites impacted by the road closures include Norway Point and Pine Lake boat access.

    The Cadotte Lake Campground is open but the roadway past the campground is closed.

    Roads damaged but still passable

  • FR 117
  • FR 416 (Otto Lake)
  • FR 785
  • FR 120
  • FR 795

    Roads not confirmed with potential for damage

  • FR 397 (Beaver River)
  • FR 102
  • FR 107

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