Description - The State Forest is Vermont's northern most forest located along SR 114 on the Canadian border. The Forest lies just northeast of Bill Sladyk Wildlife Management Area which offers wonderful hunting and coldwater fishing opportunities. Black Turn Brook State Forest does offer primitive camping and hiking and wonderful coldwater fishing along the Coaticook River where anglers catch a variety of trout.
- Black Turn Brook State Forest is a wilderness forest comprised of nearly 600 acres used primarily for hunting and fishing. The Forest lies along the Canadian border nestled between Holland Pond, Norton Pond, Little Averill Pond and Great Averill Pond. Both warm water and cold-water species are caught in these four bodies of water.
Recreation - This undeveloped state forest offers limited camping, hiking, hunting and fishing opportunities.
Climate - Winter daytime temperatures in the lower half of the Lakes / Kingdom region averages 14 to 16 degrees Fahrenheit (-10 to -9 Celsius). The upper half of this region experiences winter temperatures ranging below 14 degrees Fahrenheit (below -10 Celsius). Summer daytime temperatures are cooler along the western area of Lake Champlain averaging 66 to 70 degrees Fahrenheit (19 to 21 Celsius). The central area of this region expects temperatures from 66 to 68 degrees Fahrenheit (19 to 20 Celsius) with the eastern area of this region experiencing the coolest summer time temperatures of less than 66 degrees Fahrenheit (below 19 Celsius). The yearly precipitation for Lakes and Kingdom Travel Region vary from less than 36 inches (91 centimeters) along the western line to more than 44 inches (112 centimeters) along the eastern border of New Hampshire and Canada.
Black Turn Brook State Forest is located a few miles south of Norton off SR 114 along the Canadian border.