Lost Creek Road is a great road to check out. The northern end of the road is pavement that transitions to gravel. There are several water crossings on the route. Water levels vary depending on the weather activity and time of year, so be cautious at the crossings. There is a waterfall right next to the road when the water is high. No cell service is available along the trail.
For a country road, it is worth the time to check out. Turkey, deer, and eagles are often seen along the trail. Old barns and other structures add a rustic feeling. The trail passes through private property, so you must stay on the road. No camping is available.
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