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Spada Lake trail crisscrosses over Olney Creek as you climb up to Sultan Basin and Spada Lake Reservoir, surrounded by the Bald and Blue Mountains in this peaceful and windy wooded forest. Enjoy the quiet scenery of Spada Lake, or make a day of it and hike to Grieder and Boulder Lakes, which begin at the South Shore Recreational Site.
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Travel on maintained forest service roads with occasional potholes. Take Sultan Basin Road to NF-6129 and stop at the Recreational Sites or day hike.
Continue on NF-6129. Take the small driveway to the left to get to the Recreational Site and Boat Ramp. There are picnic tables and outhouses, as well as a paved parking lot. Drive down the boat ramp for a quick glamour shot of your rig! Read the rules as there is no swimming. Special boating and fishing rules apply. This is a reservoir to provide drinking water.
While there is no overnight camping on this route. Waypoints 11 and 13 have outhouses and picnic tables. Nearest Camping: Wallace Falls State Park 2mi Northeast Of Gold Bar, Gold Bar WA 98251 $$, 7 sites, All Year, No RVs, All ages, Tents Only Camp, 1827 feet elev, tables, grill, water, toilets, fish, trail, hike, walk-in Lake Bronson Club Family Nudist Park From Jct Hwy 203 & US 2, go 8.25 mi E on US 2, then 5.25 mi W on Sultan Basin Rd., Sultan WA $$$$, 24 sites, All year, All Ages, Tents, 759 ft elev, 24 pull thrus, electric, 24 elec-water hookups, water, toilets, showers, dump, laundry, pet friendly extra rules, Call required
From the West: Follow US-2 East to Sultan Basin Road in Sultan. Turn left onto Sultan Basin Road. From the East: Follow US-2 West. Turn right onto Kellogg Lake Road. Keep right to stay on Kellogg Lake Road. Turn right at the 1st cross street onto Sultan Basin Road.
Check with the Washington Department of Natural Resources for wildfire or access status. Wildfire Hotline 1-800-562-6010 Office (360) 902-1000 WA DNR Fire Twitter Feed Below
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