The Naneum Creek Trail begins at Forest Service Road 9712 and ends at the Forest Boundary.
At a Glance
Seasonal closure in effect from October 15th to June 15th annually. Closed to motorized vehicles during this time.
$5/Vehicle/day or Recreation Pass required to park at the campground. Discover Pass not valid on National Forest land.
TRAILHEAD ACCESS: From Highway 97 at Blewett Pass, go south on FS Road 9716 to FS Road 9712, then east on 9712 to the trailhead near Haney Meadow Campground, which may be used as a trailhead since this is a horse camp.
Description: From FS Road 9712, the trail descends along Naneum Creek, passing through meadows and patches of timber to Naneum Meadows. The trail skirts along the edge of the meadows, then climbs to a bench, continues past Grass Camp Trail #1219 and Howard Creek Trail #1372 and descends to Road 3330. This is the south terminus of the trail.
PARKING AND FACILITIES: Campground. There is also parking for a few cars on the roadside. Recreation Pass required to park within the campground.