Fourteen Mile Trailhead, WA

US Forest Service

Fourteen Mile Trailhead

This Trailhead is also a Campground with 7 campsites. The Trailhead has 1 horse corral, 7 hitching rails, and 2 unloading ramps, as well as a registration box, information sign, and a bear-proof garbage...[more]



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From the town of Loomis, travel north on County road #9425 for 2 miles to junction of #9425 and County road #4066. Turn West on County road #4066 which becomes Forest Service Road #39. Continue 9 miles on Forest Service Road #39 to junction of DNR T-1000. Travel 3 miles on the DNR T-1000 to the Forest Service boundary where the road turns into Forest Service Road #100 road. Travel another .5 mile to the junction with the Forest Service Road# 110. Turn left onto the Forest Service #110 road and drive .1 mile to the Fourteen Mile Trailhead and Campground entrance.

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