Girard Road to White Oak Road

Total Miles
4.7

Elevation

348.00 ft

Duration

0.4 Hours

Technical Rating

1

Easy

Best Time

Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter

Trail Overview

This maintained gravel road has the west trailhead of Sugar Creek multi-use trails area at one end and White Oak Forest road at the other. This gravel road can be dusty when dry and messy when wet. There are a few creek crossings that will be dry unless there has been rain. The Sugar Creek Multi-Use Trail is a network of looping trails that winds over various types of terrain and through a variety of tree types. Connecting loops offer users an opportunity to explore exciting outdoor opportunities. The Sugar Creek Multi-Use Recreation Trail offers motorcycle, 4-wheeler, utility vehicle, horse, bicycle, and foot travel enthusiasts approximately 37 miles of rustic, scenic, historic, and picturesque travel ways. The difficulty level ranges from easy to more difficult, with most of the trail being easy to moderate difficulty.

Difficulty

This gravel road can be bumpy in some areas. It is dusty when dry and messy when wet.

Technical Rating

1

Status Reports

There are no status reports yet for this trail.

Access Description

From State Highway 23 take Highway 116 East of County Road 19. Turn south for 8 miles to Knoppers Ford Recreation Area. Go south, past Knoppers Ford for 1/2 mile to Road S30, and turn left. Go approximately 1- 1/4 miles to the trailhead parking area.

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