It is located about 9.5 miles northeast of Callaway, in White Clay Reservations south. Strawberry Lake is 2.6 miles north. There are about 10 housing units within this very rural area. They are located commencing 0.66 miles east of where County Road 34 merges with 310th Ave and extends east to Yellow Head Trail. Mary Yellowhead Lake is located adjacent to Yellow Head Trails on that lakes east. It's a small lake which is drying up. Four of those housing units are mobile homes. There may be a couple of other mobile homes yet not in use or lived in. All housing units are located along Mary Yellowhead Road. A forest is thriving in this region which has areas where lakes have either shrunk or dried up or they are wetlands. It is located within Sugar Bush Township which has a population of 504 according a 2010 census. Indians make up 24.2% or 122, of Sugar Bush Townships population but 34.7% or 175, when including Mexicans and mixed bloods. Population is probably between 20 and 40. Yellowhead or Oz ta O-shtig is not a real cdp, city, town, or village. It is a very rural area. Leaders of White Earth Reservation must organize this community, name it and construct new housing units, particularly about 1.10 miles east of where County Road 34 merges with 310th Ave. Below is a google earth satellite image of Yellowhead, Minnesota and links to other White Earth Reservation communities.