Welcome to Kellogg Forest. Established on abandoned agricultural land, the Kellogg Experimental Forest is known worldwide for research on tree breeding and genetics, planting techniques, plantation establishment and management. The forest is open to the public for biking, hiking, horseback riding and cross-country skiing and also has several interpretive trails. The Kellogg Forest is a multiple use facility conducting research and extension projects but is open to the public. Activities include bow hunting, fishing, biking, hiking, horseback riding, and cross-county skiing, driving the forest loop, and several interpretive trails. Guides are available for group tours. Once abandoned agricultural land today it is a thriving forest. See how the land has changed by taking the virtual tour of the Lemmien Loop. You may also tour the history of Kellogg Forest or the Ruffed Grouse Habitat Trail.
The latest virtual tour of the storm damage at Kellogg Forest demonstrates how we are Turning Devastation into Research.