Located near Peavy Arboretum in McDonald Forest, Calloway Creek Trail can be accessed from the 540 Road access gate, which is located on the west side of HWY 99W across from Adair Village's Vandenberg Avenue. To reach Calloway Creek Trail, follow the 540 Road. The entrance to the trail is located on the north side of the road. Calloway Creek Trail can also be accessed from the 540 Road near Cronemiller Lake, as well as from Intensive Management Trail. Calloway Creek Trail passes through an area of McDonald Forest that is managed for high-quality wood products. This area of the forest demonstrates plantations with moderately long rotations that emphasize growing high-quality Douglas-fir wood. The wood produced in this area is used mainly for exposed beams and other high-quality structural products. Calloway Creek Trail is open to hikers year-round and is open to bikers between April 15th and October 31st. Calloway Creek Trail is not open to equestrians. Calloway Creek Trail is just under two and half miles in length with a 48 foot gain in elevation. This trail is a favorite among runners and mountain bikers because it connects with several other trails and roads. Stop by and enjoy all Calloway Creek Trail has to offer!