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Get Out & Play on our trails

Link here for an action video of kayaing, trail riding, ATVs and biking on the East Side of Norman County!
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Download The Aggasiz Recreational Trail Map
55 Miles comes through Gary
Download Moonshiners Snowmobile Club ART & Trail Map. Comes through Gary
Gary Pines six miles of trails. Located 1/2 mile west of ART Trail on Hwy 32
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The Gary Pines is a 160-acre forest with six miles of trails for bikers, equine enthusiasts, hikers, ATV/OHVs, snow-shoers and snowmobilers. At this time they are not groomed for cross-country skiing, but it is in the works.

ART: Along the trails is an art installation of chainsaw animal statues cone by Scott Petry of Andy Lakes Woodworks. The Gary Pines trails are only 1/2 mile west of the Agassiz Recreational Trail (ART) and accessable by snowmobile, horse, ATV, bikes and hikers.

NINJA COURSE: There is an extensive obstacle course located west of the Lions picnic shelter along. The Veterans Memorial Shelter is located in the center of the course.

CAMPING - Coming in the spring of 2019

WATER: There is non-potable water during the summer at the Lions Shelter

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Aggasiz Recreational Trail (ART)

Looking for a great adventure out in nature?  the Aggasiz Recreational Trail runs 55 miles from Ulen to Crookston. Part of the path comes directly down Main Street in Gary. It is a beautiful Ride. Take a short trip south to Twin Valley or north to Fertile on a well cared for trail. It is groomed by the Mudslingers OHV Club in the summer and the Moonshiners Snowmobile Club in the winter.

Crop Checking or just "tooling around" in Gary, MN

There are trails...and then there are "trails" we make on our own. It may be checking crops, looking for wildlife, or just walking the streets of town sayiing "hello" to the neighbors. It all makes life a bit better... so enjoy! We are generations of outdoors people who enjoy the company of one another - or time to ourselves enjoying the wild life in our area. "So God Made A Farmer" is alive and well in Gary, MN. 

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