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Long Park/Lost Creek General Forest Area





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General Description

The Long Park/Lost Creek area offers access to four-wheel drive roads, hiking trails and hunting. It is located in the northern portion of the Blanco Ranger District, northeast of Buford.



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Open Updated: 2001-06-25 14:43:00.0


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Recreation Opportunities
Activity Remarks On Site
ICON Backpacking
Yes
ICON Forest Areas Long Park/Lost Creek General Forest Area
Yes
ICON Four-Wheel Driving
Yes
ICON Hiking & Walking
Yes
ICON Horseback Riding
Yes
ICON Hunting
Yes
ICON Motorcycle Riding
Yes



Related Activities
Long Park Trail - The Long Park Trail connects the Deadhorse-Long Park Loop four-wheel drive road #230 and the North Fork Road, County Road 8; also it connects with Lost Park Road #293.

Lost Creek- Long Park Loop Trail - This loop takes off at the Lost Creek trail and merges into the Long Park- Dead Horse Road before finally coming back on the Long Park Trail. This trail offers excellent views of the White River's North Fork Drainage.

Lost Creek Trail - The Lost Creek Trail leads up Lost Creek to Lost Park. The trail links to the Salt Park Trail from which the South Fork of the Williams Fork and Salt Park are accessible.

North Fork Campground - North Fork Campground is located 35 miles east of Meeker close to the North Fork of the White River, at an elevation of 8,000 feet. In addition to single sites, the campground has a group site for up to 50 people.

Pagoda Trail - Pagoda Trail begins west of Ripple Creek Pass. It offers motorcycle/ATV access to Snell Creek, Pagoda Lake and Pagoda Peak. It can be followed to Forest Road 230 or linked to the Snell Creek trail.

Pagoda-Snell Creek Loop Trail - This motorized trail loop links County/Forest Road 8 (near Ripple Creek Pass), the Pagoda Peak Trail and the Snell Creek Trail.



More Information

Visitor Information:

Colorado Tourism Office, 1625 Broadway, Ste. 1700 , Denver, CO, 80202, Phone: 800-COLORADO

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