Leatherwood Fork is a dead-end spur road off Indian Creek Road that follows Indian Creek for less than a mile. The road surface is hard, compact gravel, and suitable for any vehicle. The creekside views along Leatherwood Fork are incredibly scenic, and the birds are constantly chirping in the area, giving it a very peaceful vibe.
There are several campsites along the road. All require leaving your vehicle on the road and hiking a short distance to the campsite. This is not a good road for camper trailers. The road ends abruptly with no good turnarounds. Thus, trailers would have to back up long distances.
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