Ward Creek Trailhead

  
The Ward Creek trail is 1.4 miles long. It begins at Ward Lake and ends at Ward Creek Trailhead Parking Lot (revile Hwy). The trail is gravel-surfaced with rolling terrain providing flat and easy to hike sections with a few steeper inclines. It has been designated as an accessible trail meeting all accessible standards. It provides a link between the campgrounds and day use areas within the Ward Lake complex with the Last Chance Campground, and four other trails; the Ward Lake Trail, Connell Lake Trail, Perseverance Trail and the Salvage Interpretive Trail.

At a Glance

Usage: Heavy
Closest Towns: Ketchikan
Water: No
Restroom: Vault Toilet (2)
Operated By: Forest Service

General Information

Directions: You can access any one of the four trailheads for the Ward Creek trail by following the North Tongass Highway to the Revilla Road Junction. Turn right and follow to the intersection with the Ward Lake Road. The trailheads are located at the Ward Lake Day Use Area, Last Chance Campground, and from the trailhead parking area directly across from Ward Lake Road. The primary trailhead is located on Revilla Road, about 1 mile past the Ward Lake Junction, on the right-hand side of the road.

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Location

 
  Area/Length : 
  1.4 miles
  Latitude : 
55.43055556
  Longitude : 
-131.6875