The Kenton Ranger District, headquartered in the Village of Kenton, Michigan, is one of six administrative districts on the 989,000 acre Ottawa National Forest. The district is the largest and oldest district on the Ottawa, dating back to 1931, when the forest had a gross area of approximately 250,000 acres and only one district. Gross area of the Ottawa today is approximately 1.7 million acres. The district office is located in Michigan's Western Upper Peninsula, at the junction of M-28 and Federal Forest Highway 16, approximately 70 miles east of the forest supervisor's office, which is located in Ironwood, Michigan.
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