Briggs Creek Picnic Site

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Briggs Creek Picnic Site

Briggs Creek Picnic Site is easily accessed off of well-maintained Forest Roads, adjacent to the cooling waters of Briggs Creek and with shade provided by large Douglas-firs and ponderosa pines. Nearby...[more]




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From Grants Pass, OR, travel south on US Highway 199 (Redwood Highway) towards Cave Junction, OR. From US Highway 199 (Redwood Highway), travel approximately 17.5 miles and turn right (west) onto Briggs Valley Road (Forest Road 25). Continue on Forest Road 25 for approximately 20.1 miles to junction with Forest Road 121 and Forest Road 2512. Turn left onto Forest Road 2512, and then take the first right to access the Briggs Creek Picnic Site.

From Grants Pass, OR, travel 5.2 miles on Interstate 5 North, and exit in Merlin (Exit 61). Turn left onto Merlin Road, continuing approximately 12 miles and turn left onto Forest Road 25. Continue approximately 12 miles on Forest Road 25 to Forest Road 2512. Turn right onto Forest Road 2512, and then the first right to access the Briggs Creek Picnic Site.

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