Parbury Falls Trail Free Camping

Site Description:Hiking trail between Mud Lake Recreation Site and Parbury Falls Driving Directions:From Hwy 5 north of Blue River, take Mud Lake-Redsands FSR (past River Safari Tours). Proceed 3 km then take small road to right, follow this 1 km into recreation site. Trail (user maintained) starts at east end of site. Parbury Falls Trail […]

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On May 1, 2011
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Site Description:Hiking trail between Mud Lake Recreation Site and Parbury Falls

Driving Directions:From Hwy 5 north of Blue River, take Mud Lake-Redsands FSR (past River Safari Tours). Proceed 3 km then take small road to right, follow this 1 km into recreation site. Trail (user maintained) starts at east end of site.

Parbury Falls Trail Free Camping

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