Dolan Creek Road to DRSNA

Total Miles


628.33 ft


0.75 Hours

Technical Rating



Best Time

Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter

Trail Overview

This trail is a dirt road off U.S. 277 to Devils River State Natural Area. You will encounter multiple cattle guards, dirt roads, loose gravel, and mud holes when its rainy. Watch for livestock or wildlife as common to see on the trail. Please be mindful that the road is used to reach private property.

Photos of Dolan Creek Road to DRSNA

Dolan Creek Road to DRSNA
Dolan Creek Road to DRSNA
Dolan Creek Road to DRSNA


The trail can be completed in 2WD when dry. It is recommended to have a high clearance vehicle after rain as there is an increased rate of mud pits and loose rocks/dirt.

Technical Rating


Status Reports

Ryan Jone
Dec 28, 2023
2023 GMC Canyon
This Road easily is wide enough for three trucks to drive side by side. Only choke points are the numerous cattle guard that will accommodate a typical vehicle easily. The road conditions were easy and speed was rated to 35 mph. This speed was perfect beings there are no obstacles to catch you off guard. I We drove the whole road in 2 wheel drive without any issues. If you are seeking a 4x4 trail, this will not satisfy your wants. Just a 18 mile dirt road. I would say that if a good storm rolled in and it rained decently, I could see the road getting quite muddy. At that point having 4x on tap would be an insurance policy. once you arrive at Devils River State Natural Area, the trails within could potentially need 4x4s. Definitely would not drive a car back where campsites 6-8 are due to low clearance issues.

Access Description

Dolan Creek RD is off U.S. 277. South of Sonora, Texas and north of Del Rio, Texas.

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