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General Creek Trail to Lily Pond at Sugar Pine Point State Park

Hike along the historical 1960 Olympics Cross Country Skiing Trail and explore Lily Pond

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Rating: 4 out of 5 by EveryTrail members
Difficulty: Easy
Length: 5.1 miles
Duration: Half day

Overview :  General Creek Trail is a wide, level trail that starts off just behind the General Creek Campground at Sugar Pine State Park. The... more »

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Points of Interest

1. Trailhead

Make your way towards the back of the General Creek Campground near camp site 150.

General Creek Trail is clearly marked and starts behind a wooden gate. The trail starts off as a wide flat dirt trail.

2. Start of Lily Pond Trail

When you reach the point where General Creek bends of towards the left across a bridge, stay toward the narrow trail on the right. This is the start of Lily Pond Trail.

3. Lily pond trail junction

Take the narrow trail that climbs up to your right. This trail leads you straight to Lily Pond.

4. Lily Pond

You can walk around the pond, which is small and shallow to approach its shore. You can even scramble around the lake to meet the main trail at the other end again, but it is recommended to trace back your steps from the end of the trail.