By Howard Fenton
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Extra info for 50 Circuit Hikes: A Stride-By-Stride Guide To Northeastern Minnesota
2 miles turn right on Net Lake Forest Road and enter the Nemadji State Forest. 3 miles. From northern Minnesota: Turn left off Minnesota State Road 23 onto County Road 153; continue straight ahead onto County Road 146 following it to Net Lake Forest Road. Turn right and follow the signs to the campground. C. Five white spruces were planted in its place, along with a sign commemorating the event. Very little, if any, of the original forest exists along this trail. Heavy logging began at the turn of the century and continues to this day.
Kenneth and Blanche Kingsley cleared the area around the lake after they moved there in 1931. They farmed until 1940 when they moved to another farm south of Cromwell. In 1956, the DNR planted 22 ROGERS LAKE jack pine in the fields cleared by the Kingsleys. Plantations of white spruce and red pine are located here as well. A shelter was constructed at the east end of Rogers Lake in 1989 from logs of white spruce taken from one of these plantations. Broad-winged Hawk You may see a Broad-winged Hawk on your hike around Rogers Lake.
Northern pike, walleyed pike, largemouth bass, and panfish populate the lakes and ponds. A pair of Osprey, which feed almost exclusively on fish, nest in the park. You can see the nest in the top of a dead conifer standing in the water on the west side of the largest wildlife pond. Take your binoculars with you on this hike and spend some time watching the Ospreys. The day I hiked the Rolling Hills Trail one was sitting in the nest while the other perched in a nearby tree. Ospreys Ospreys typically build large stick nests in the tops of dead trees standing near or in water.
50 Circuit Hikes: A Stride-By-Stride Guide To Northeastern Minnesota by Howard Fenton