Evans Creek / Trail #102

5/5 (5 reviews)
Wilkeson, Washington (Pierce County)
Last Updated: 06/14/2022
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Trail Information

Highlights

Trail #102 within the "Evans Creek ORV" area is one of a dozen or so trails available in this park designated for 4x4 use, for a total of over 45 miles of trail riding. Evans Creek is a great destination for a weekend get-away and has a campground with 23 spaces for use with tents or RV's. This trail is one of the more interesting trails with steep elevation climbs, nail-biting narrow turns that are made extremely tricky with high sides. There are roots and trees that are begging the snag a fender or scratch a hard top. Some care must be taken with ground guides to avoid scratches and damage.

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Trail Reviews

5/5 (5 reviews)
Michael Graham
Official Crew
21150
Status: Open
Rated 5/5
Visited: 06/05/2021

Made a run on this trail today and the trail is open and in good shape. There is quite a bit of mud so just be careful.
Status: Open
Rated 5/5
Visited: 10/02/2020

my favorite trail in Evan's Creek ORV. challenging switchbacks and deep ruts and troughs make for precise cornering. Also beautiful old growth forest streams and puddles. a really nice way to end your wheeling adventure since the end (or beginning) of the trail comes out near the trail head. 2 jeeps in my group got damage. I made it through with minor scratches from trees in a stock 2 dr Rubi.
Trail Review: Evans Creek / Trail #102 - Angela Rickerson
Trail Review: Evans Creek / Trail #102 - Angela Rickerson
Michael Graham
Official Crew
21150
Status: Open
Rated 5/5
Visited: 06/19/2020

The park is open an in good shape, ready for summer. I'm attaching a map that is printable and gives a good idea of how all these trails connect.
Trail Review: Evans Creek / Trail #102 - Michael Graham
Status: Open
Rated 5/5
Visited: 05/30/2020

We did part of this trail, but did not do the tight section of switchbacks. We had fun today as until you get to the tight switchback section, it is easy and fun with lots of mud and water. We did some of the FS-7930 also, but ended up winching and turning back due to the deep snow. I am finding that my stock JL Rubicon needs a small lift amd bigger/more aggressive tires. My new Warn worked flawlessly though!! Great day with good friends!
Trail Review: Evans Creek / Trail #102 - Mike & Rochelle Double You
Trail Review: Evans Creek / Trail #102 - Mike & Rochelle Double You
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Michael Graham
Official Crew
21150
Status: Seasonal Closure
Rated 5/5
Visited: 08/11/2018

This is one of my favorite trails in the park. The climbs and switch-backs are very challenging in the fact that you are driving in a 3-6 foot troth system make it tough to keep from rubbing something.

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