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Access to the lake itself is not available but stream water is available for the stock. For those wishing a one-way trip along the lake you can park a rig at the south end or have someone pick you up.

If using this location in the late fall, call the Mt Baker Ranger District for current conditions. Actually it's a good idea to call for current trail conditions any time.

DNR trail map (link to PDF) See Maps page for Topographic map showing trails. Continue on Lake Samish Road northwest for 0.5 mile to Barrel Springs Road on the left. A Recreation Pass is necessary for each vehicle parked at trailheads where required. Turn left onto NF Road 12 and continue for another 13.5 miles. NF Road 12 is Gravel one-lane Baker Lake Road intersection on State Route 20 looks like this (Baker Lake Road to the left) coming from the west and like this (Baker Lake Road to the right) coming from the east.

Turn left and continue to the second right, Barrel Springs Lane and continue another another 0.5 mile to the Lower Trail Head. Road gated at MP 13.9 past the junction of Pioneer Camp Trailhead.

No campfires are allowed in the National Recreation Area.

Camp at designated sites established for their use. Driving Directions: State Route 542 (Mt Baker Highway) to milepost 16.85 - Mosquito Lake Road: Turn right onto Mosquito Lake Road and drive 4.8 miles, turning left onto the Middle Fork Nooksack River Road. Natural log bridge over Middle Fork washed away in 2003 flood, no/dangerous access. Driving Directions: From the Mount Baker Ranger District office in Sedro-Woolley, follow State Route 20 east for 16 miles to milepost 82.33 - Baker Lake Road. Baker Lake Road intersection on State Route 20 looks like this (Baker Lake Road to the left) coming from the west and like this (Baker Lake Road to the right) coming from the east.

Area Amenities: Accessible, Tent camping, Fee charged for some activities, Picnic tables, Toilets, Drinking water, Parking Fees A Northwest Forest Pass (NWFP) is required for day use parking areas. If you do not have a NWFP permit, there are day envelopes that can be paid onsite at the Mt. Usage: Light Closest Towns: Forks: 25 Miles, Port Angeles: 35 Miles Water: Stock water only (May-October) Restroom: Yes Passes: A Northwest Forest Pass is required for day use parking. FACILITIES Vaults: Yes Flush Toilets: No Hot Showers: No Wheelchair Friendly Toilets: Yes Public Phone: No Playground: No No.

Baker Ranger District 810 State Route 20 Sedro-Woolley, WA 98284 360-856-5700 ext 515 Mt Baker National Recreation Area web link A pack-in camp along the trail.There are two covered kitchen shelters, located on the edge of small grassy areas at either end of the Horse Camp, which can be reserved by groups or individuals on a daily basis.The shelters have central indoor fireplaces, picnic tables, serving counters with sinks and coin-operated electric stovetops, and large outdoor BBQ’s. Choose other basemap types using the dropdown Map menu in the upper right.Some history about Harry Osborne: Short bio, A fire watcher, his Sedro-Woolley park Les Hilde of the Skagit Chapter of BCHW won the Lopper Award in 1986, the only award given from 1986 to 2002. Turn right onto Hamilton Cemetery Road and continue east for 0.2 miles to Medford Road on the left.Turn left onto Medford Road and continue for 1.2 miles to the trailhead.

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