“An easy but fun and winding singletrack around the edge of the Sugar Pine Campground.”
— S. Lengyel
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This trail follows the southern edge of the campground in Sugar Pine Point State Park. It ends near the start of General Creek Trail
and can be used as a warm-up for longer outings. his alternative is much better than going through the paved campgrounds. There are a couple of signed spurs that head down to General Creek for creek access. Good for doggies to swim, but not the most picturesque parts of the creek.
The entrance is just off the paved bike path along Highway 89. On the paved, Ed Z'berg bike path, look for a well-used singletrack entrance on the south side.