Cedar Creek Road | Water

United States

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3 months ago
Altitude:
2075.8 masl
Contributor:
piperflies

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Cedar Creek Road has it all! Water spigot across the road from the Ranger Station at the entrance of the right hand gravel parking lot. You can also overnight in this lot for free. There are TONS of awesome biking and hiking trails that start right there - an EPIC downhill mountain biking trail that you can shuttle up to and paid camping spots up the road, restrooms at all the picnic areas, and free camping at the trailhead parking lot at the very end of the road < well maintained gravel, relatively easy cul-de-sac to turn around in if you are a larger rig. Ours is 15' and we were fine.

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Water spigot between gravel two lots on the right, you have to pull off the main road right in front of the fitness trail sign.

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Water is working - pass the Ranger station, pass the first gravel lot on the right - then look for it under a large juniper tree on the right just before the fitness trail sign.

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More better directions: The water faucet is about 21 yards in front of the fitness trail sign under the juniper tree.

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Glad we found this place. Drove in late at night and it was easy to find. Looking forward to biking around the trails.

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Ignore my previous comment about the water. It is a spigot in between the 2 gravel parking lots on the right side after passing the Ranger station. It is tucked under a juniper tree by the road.

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Don't see a water spigot just yet but still looking looks very nice though.

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Cedar Creek Road has it all! Water spigot across the road from the Ranger Station at the entrance of the first right hand gravel parking lot. You can also overnight in this lot for free. There are TONS of awesome biking and hiking trails that start right there - an EPIC downhill mountain biking trail that you can shuttle up to and paid camping spots up the road, restrooms at all the picnic areas, and free camping at the trailhead parking lot at the very end of the road < well maintained gravel, relatively easy cul-de-sac to turn around in if you are a larger rig. Ours is 15' and we were fine.

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