Fingerboard Road

Total Miles


585.93 ft


3 Hours

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Best Time

Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter

Trail Overview

This trail is a gravel trail to the trailhead to some pretty cool hikes. With a few spots to camp down next to a quiet little stream. Along the way, you will find some washouts with some hidden culverts that can be uncovered after storms so just be on the watch. This is an out-and-back trail that will reward you at the end with a very nice hill descent and climb on the way back up. These are where the primitive campsites are down next to the water. There is a log bridge across the water if you hike past the last campsite. This is where the trailheads are to the hiking trails. I always bring a fishing rod to this spot cause there is always fishing hanging out under the bridge.


Wash out can become deep after storms. The hill climb at the end of the trail has some obstacles over a few feet.

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