Middle Fork Calispell OHV Trails

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Summary


The trails consist of 10 miles of former logging roads which wind through the forest.  A portion of the trail system is looped.  Many users camp in the Calispell Creek drainage which provides numerous unimproved dispersed camp sites.  County Road #2022 which accesses the drainage as well as some Forest Service roads is open to all motorized vehicles providing many riding opportunities for motorized enthusiasts.

{ Last know status: Closed | Approximate size: Unknown Mile(s) | Last updated: November 15, 2018 }

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Terrain


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Allowed Vehicles


Motorcycle
Allowed
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4x4
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Details


Open Season

Spring

Forest Service Links


Forest Service Page

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open link

http://www.fs.usda.gov/recarea/colville/recarea/?recid=74111

Directions

From Newport, WA:  Follow State Highway 20 north for 11.0 miles to the junction of West Calispell Road (County Road #9205). Follow West Calispell Road, which crosses State Highway 211, for 6.7 miles. Turn left onto the Middle Fork Calispell Road (County Road #2022) and follow it 4.3 miles to the trailhead. Google map directions from Newport, WA

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