Mule Creek North Trailhead

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Mule Creek North Trailhead

Provides access to:   Mule Creek Trail #1159  which accesses  Wild Rogue Wilderness . Facilities No picnic table No fire pit No drinking water No toilet No garbage disposal - ...[more]





From Gold Beach on State Route 101, take County Road 595 east for about 10 miles. Continue on Forest Service Road 33 for about 37 miles. Take a right at the intersection with Forest Service Road 3348 and continue on to the Buck Creek Campground where you will turn right on Forest Service Road 5520. Follow Forest Service Road 5520 for about a mile and take a slight left on Forest Road 230 to reach the trailhead.

From Glendale at I-5 head northwest on County Road 27, continuing on as it becomes Bureau of Land Management road 33-7-2. At intersection of Cow Creek and West Cow Creek roads go left, following West Cow Creek (Bureau of Land Management Road 32-8-1. 1). Approximately three and one-half miles take a left onto the Bobby Creek Road (Bureau of Land Management Road 32-8-9.2) following it up to Nine Mile Saddle. Go right and continue on Kelsey Mule Road (Bureau of Land Management road 32-8-3 1) through Anaktuvik Saddle and west until it becomes Forest Service road 5520. Follow Forest Service road 5520 to the 230 spur and parking area. helps you discover and book trips to all of America's public places.
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