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The U.S. Forest Service is extending an invitation to visit the National Forests and Grasslands over Veteran's Day weekend.  Entrance fees will be waived at many locations across the country from November 10-12th, 2001.

The Chippewa National Forest has four campgrounds open through late November.  Mosomo, Tamarack and Deer Lake campgrounds are open until November 27, and West Winnie campground is open until November 17.  On the
Superior National Forest, campgrounds will remain open, but do not offer water, garbage, or plowing services.  With the onset of winter, the campgrounds on both forests offer no services; therefore no fees are charged.  State hunting and fishing licenses are still required for people visiting the Forests over Veterans Day weekend.

Interested in visiting National Forests or Grasslands outside Minnesota?  Travel first to the U.S. Forest Service web site at .  If you need addition information about Minnesota's National Forests, contact the
Chippewa at 218-335-8600 or the Superior at 218-626-4300.

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