Evans Creek / NF-7930

4.7/5 (4 reviews)
Wilkeson, Washington (Pierce County)
Last Updated: 06/14/2022

Trail Information


NF-7930 in 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. There are many views of nearby Mt. Rainier and other alpine vistas. Trails are well marked and even rated from "Easy" to "Most Difficult" NF-7930 is a forest service access road that takes you up into the higher elevations of the ORV area. Here you can access Trails #310, #519 & #520.

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Trail Reviews

4.7/5 (4)
Rated 5/5
Visited: 07/17/2021

Trail is open, dry, and in good shape.
Official Crew
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.
Rated 4/5
Visited: 05/30/2020

We attempted to take this up to find a nice place to park and hang out. Needless to say, the snow got the best of us.......AGAIN! A group of Toyotas were coming down as we were going up and got super stuck in the snow. They ended up winching out and cleared the path so we could try our luck up the freshly rutted and tore up snow. Unfortunately, I got stuck and had to winch and my buddy was able to bomb through it behind me. We made it another 50 yds before the previous groups ruts claimed the Rubicon again. We called it, threw in the towel and turned around to go run trail 102. Looking forward to the snow clearing out so we can see more of what these trails have to offer. I'm going to put a spinkler on the Jeep in hopes that it will grow so we can make it further next time! LOL!
Official Crew
Seasonal Closure
Visited: 08/15/2018

This trail is a Forest Service road and is used for quick access to the trails in the upper elevations of the park. The Campground is still not open due to a washout on the access road. There is no update as to when this will be fixed. Keep your speed to a minimum, on-coming traffic could be present at any turn.

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