Two main dirt roads cross through the Red Rock Lake National Wildlife Refuge, with North Valley Road being less traveled. The road offers several connecting trails to extend the time away from blacktop and "civilization" as long as one would like. While North Valley Road is most often used as a connector trail, the endless views make it a great drive on its own.
Camping is prohibited along this trail, but many campsites and Forest Service cabins are available on connecting trails. On the east side are campsites along Elk Lake and Elk Lake Road. To the north are endless camping possibilities once atop Gravelly Range Drive.
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