Interpretive Site: Berry Fields, WA

US Forest Service

Interpretive Site: Berry Fields

This site is located in an area traditionally used by Native Americans for huckleberry picking. The site offers interpretive signs that focus on the harvesting and drying of huckleberries.



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From Trout Lake, Washington drive west on Highway 141.  At the forest boundary Highway 141 becomes Forest Road 24. Continue to drive west on Forest Road 24 past Peterson Prairie Campground to the intersection with Forest Road 60. At the intersection turn right to stay on Forest Road 24 and continue north past Cultus Creek Campground and the Indian Camps to the interpretive site located on a little spur road just south of the Pacific Crest Trail.

About 21 miles from Trout Lake, WA.

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