Grounds Creek FSR 2068

Total Miles
0.9

Elevation

273.83 ft

Duration

0.5 Hours

Technical Rating

1

Easy

Best Time

Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter

Trail Overview

The Grounds Creek FSR 2068 is a gravel forestry route leading to the hilltop north of Grounds Creek, which is located north of the Pine Union area in the Fredericktown Sector of Mark Twain National Forest. The main use of the road is for apparent hunting purposes in the area, though it does have a few small obstacles along the way including a mild hill climb and a few small water collection spots. Where the trail really shines is in the campsite cut-out game, they are plentiful and would be a better option if you planned to spend the night on one of these trails, over a campsite cut-out at the Pine Union which has much more popularity.

Photos of Grounds Creek FSR 2068

Grounds Creek FSR 2068
Grounds Creek FSR 2068
Grounds Creek FSR 2068

Difficulty

The difficulty is simple and the trail is mostly well maintained, the biggest problems you will face is potential downed trees, small potholes, mounding, and washboards in the gravel.

Technical Rating

1

Status Reports

Chris Menz
Jun 17, 2023
1999 Jeep Cherokee
Open
Normal
Dusty
Jon M
Apr 22, 2023
4x4
Open
Normal

Access Description

At 37.51643, -90.14519, turn south off Missouri Route 72 onto Madison County 247, continue for 1.2 miles, turn right onto the Grounds Creek FSR 2068 at 37.50405, -90.15054. You are now on the trail.

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