Big Creek Park Trailhead, CO

US Forest Service

Big Creek Park Trailhead

The Big Creek Park Trail is in a quiet area of the Medicine Bow National Forest. The trail winds through mixed conifer, aspen and willows as it follows Big Creek. The trail is marked with tree...[more]

Directions

Access is from Wyoming Highway 230 onto Carbon County Road 798. You will drive five miles on the gravel road to reach the national forest boundary, where the road becomes NFSR 498. Continue driving on NFSR 498 for six miles until you reach NFSR 407. Turn onto NFSR 407 and continue for one and one-half miles to NFSR 407.1. Take NFSR 407.1B to the trailhead.

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