Clark's Draw

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Following the Sandy Marshall Creek within the Bridger-Teton National Forest, Clarks Draw is an 8-mile rough dirt road used mainly as a connector to Monument Ridge and to create a loop with Cliff Creek. The road is open year-round for travel but does get extremely muddy during wet periods and becomes impassable in the winter due to snow. The eastern side has many Aspen trees making this a good location for fall color viewing. Due to the terrain, there are only a few camping opportunities along this road, but many more opportunities exist at the Cliff Creek hiking trailhead and all along Cliff Creek.