Snowmobile Trail Information


Discover the thrill of snowmobiling in Floodwood! The Floodwood Meadowlands/Savanna Drifters Snowmobile Club meticulously maintains extensive trails throughout the Floodwood/Meadowlands area, offering riders miles of exhilarating terrain to explore. Prepare to be captivated by the breathtaking beauty that surrounds you at every turn.


Plan your snowmobiling adventure today and experience the excitement of the Floodwood area scenic trails.


Floodwood Riverwalk and School Forest

Immerse yourself in the natural beauty of Floodwood with a stroll along the Floodwood River Walk. This scenic, paved trail meanders alongside the tranquil Floodwood River and extends into the captivating Floodwood School Forest. Whether you're seeking a leisurely walk or an educational adventure, this trail offers something for everyone.


As you wander along the Floodwood River Walk, you'll be treated to Northern Minnesota scenery at every step. Additionally, the trail provides access to the Floodwood School Forest trail system, where hikers can explore various educational stations and immerse themselves in the forest's wonders.

Accessible to all, the Floodwood River Walk is fully handicap accessible and offers an easy walking experience. The trails within the School Forest range from easy to moderate difficulty, catering to a wide range of hikers.

The Floodwood River Walk stands as a testament to the collaborative efforts of the City of Floodwood, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR), and St. Louis County, showcasing their commitment to preserving and sharing the natural beauty of the area.


Canoe the St. Louis River and Camp in the Floodwood Campground!

Spanning an impressive 3,650 square miles, the St. Louis River watershed offers abundant opportunities for outdoor enthusiasts, particularly boating and canoeing enthusiasts. Due to its minimal shallow rapids, the river typically maintains sufficient water levels year-round, ensuring a consistently enjoyable experience for paddlers of all skill levels.

In the upper reaches of the river, paddlers will encounter Class I rapids or less, providing a gentle introduction to the waterway's natural beauty. As the river flows downstream, from Floodwood to Cloquet, the rapids range from Class I to III, offering a bit more excitement for those seeking an exhilarating journey.

For those eager to embark on an adventure through the St. Louis River regions, we offer downloadable maps for convenient reference. Click the link below to access detailed maps of both the Lower and Upper St. Louis River:

These maps serve as valuable resources for planning your exploration of the scenic St. Louis River, providing essential information on trails, points of interest, and more. Whether you're a seasoned outdoor enthusiast or a first-time visitor, these maps will help you make the most of your journey along this magnificent waterway.

It's worth noting that although not indicated on the maps, the Floodwood Campground sits nestled along the tranquil banks of the St. Louis River, located on the west bank approximately half a mile before the Hwy 8 bridge. This serene setting provides the perfect launching point for your exploration of the scenic St. Louis River.

Floodwood Catfish Days

Second weekend in July. Visit Floodwood Catfish Days - Home for more information.

Fall Color Festival & Car Show

4th Saturday in September.