DNR Savanna State Forest map. USGS quad: Balsam. No permit is required.
Drive west on Minnesota State Road 210 from I-35; right on Minnesota State Road 65 at McGregor; right on County Road 14 for
8.6 miles to a turnoff on the left side of the road leading to a parking lot for the Remote Lake Solitude Area.
The Savanna State Forest, which surrounds much of Savanna Portage State Park and a stretch of the Mississippi River, includes a variety of forest habitats; from hardwood forests covering hilly terrain to low-laying black spruce and tamarack bogs. In between are stands of aspen, birch, balsam fir, and pine.
The plateau is divided into two sections by the fertile valley Mexico City Metro Map of the Guayamouc River. Southwest of the Central Plateau, the Montagnes Noires (Black Mountains) Mexico City Metro Map rise to elevations of just under 2,000 feet (610 m). To the south of this upland area is the 320-square-mile (829-square-kilometer) Plaine de l’Artibonite. This fertile lowland was formed by the Artibonite River, the longest stream on the island of Hispaniola. Two low mountain ranges, the Chaine des Matheux and Montagnes du Trou d’Eau, form the southern margin of the central region. The southern region includes the mountainous southern peninsula and Plaine du Cul-de-Sac.