Clemens Seeley Creek Access Trail

Length: 0.34 miles  |  Elevation Gain: 10.3 feet  |  
  • Trailhead: Clemens North Fork Interpretive Trail, Clemens North Fork Interpretive Trail, Clemens Seeley Creek Access Trail & Clemens Seeley Creek Access Trail
  • Season: Year-round
  • Hours: Daylight
  • Family Friendly: Yes

The Seeley Creek Access Trail leads from the parking area trailhead through a mixed forest of both conifers and deciduous tree species. This forest still shows the signs of logging from the 1920's era with several large stumps from ancient trees still showing the notches for the springboard platforms. Loggers stood on these platforms to work their crosscut saws, or "misery whips" back and forth through the massive trees so dominant in this area prior to industrialized logging. The bridge over Seeley Creek offers a picturesque photo opportunity or wildlife watching spot. Once over this bridge, the trail leads to the southernmost portion of the park and connection with the South Loop Trail.

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Trail attributes

  • Dogs allowed on leash
  • Dogs allowed under voice control
  • Family Fun
  • Hike
  • Restroom
  • Run
  • Wildlife Watching

Know before you go:

  • Dogs: Only on leash
  • Site Fee: None
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Benton County Natural Areas & Parks Department

Trail Manager