BEST PUBLIC LAND FOR HUNTERS WHO…
Here are six unique spots worth exploring
...love to paddle:
Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness, Minnesota
Most of its 2,200 campsites are only accessible by canoe.
...hate seeing other people:
Wrangell-saint Elias Wilderness, Alaska
At 9M acres, it’s the largest wilderness area in the U.S.
…want to ride an ATV:
Wayne National Forest, Ohio
These woods offer 145 miles of trails on 240,000 acres.
...are desert nomads:
Superstition Wilderness, Arizona
This desert has 160,200
rugged acres full of native history and lost-gold-mine lore.
...want thin air:
San Isabel National Forest, Colorado
Home to 19 of the state’s 53 fourteeners.
...want to hunt the Last Frontier unguided:
Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge, Alaska
Kodiak is a hotspot for DIY sitka blacktail deer.