Bartlett Springs Road

Total Miles


662.31 ft



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Best Time

Fall, Summer, Spring, Winter

Trail Overview

Bartlett Springs Road begins southeast of Mendocino National Forest and boasts excellent views. This route passes through BLM land, and there are plenty of offshoots from the trail. There are also opportunities for camping, hiking, mountain biking, fishing, hunting, and recreational shooting. Cell signal is limited throughout the area, so downloading maps is recommended. The road is somewhat maintained; however, it is highly rutted and rocky, and there is one small water crossing.


This route is windy in many areas and some portions are only wide enough for one vehicle. The road is somewhat rough and has some large holes that may fill with water following rain. The dirt is loose and rocky in many areas. There is also one water crossing.

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Access Description

There are several other service roads leading to Bartlett Springs Road. It may be accessed from Brim Road via Leesville Road or Walker Ridge Road. It can also be accessed from Highway 20 where it meets Clear Lake.