Strawberry Basin Trailhead
The trailhead provides access to Strawberry Basin Trail #375, Little Strawberry Trail #375A, Strawberry Lake Trail #375B within Strawberry Mountain Wilderness. The Strawberry Basin Trailhead is a perfect starting point for hikers wanting to explore the many trails in the Strawberry Mountain Wilderness.
At a Glance
|Current Conditions:||12/08/2021: The trailhead is open. Visitors should be prepared for rapidly changing weather conditions. Some roads become impassible due to snow, ice or mud during the winter months. Please be aware that bathrooms will not be cleaned every day. Pack it in/Pack it out- anything you bring with you into the forest, please take home with you. This includes packing out all trash, yours and others. Examples: cigarette butts, cans, bottles, and food. Please follow local and state health guidelines.|
|Restrictions:||Wilderness Regulations apply. Motorized and mountain bike use prohibited.|
|Closest Towns:||Prairie City, OR|
|Restroom:||Vault Toilet (1)|
|Operated By:||Forest Service|
|Information Center:||Prairie City Ranger District|
From Prairie City, OR., turn onto South Main Street. Follow South Main Street to the junction with Bridge Street. Turn left onto Bridge Street, the second road to the right will be Bridge Street again. Turn right onto Bridge Street and follow it to city limits, he road then becomes County Road 60. Continue on County Road 60 for approximately 7 miles the road then becomes Forest Road #6001. Continue on Forest Road #6001 approximately 2 miles to Strawberry Campground and the trailhead.
This is an OPEN County road to the Forest boundary, then an open FS road to the campground. Please respect private property to the Forest boundary.
The last mile of the road is leading to the campground and trailhead to Strawberry Lake is very narrow, steap and after rains may become very rutted.
Map showing recreational areas. Map Information
The Strawberry Basin Trailhead is the start of the Strawberry Basin Trail #375 that leads into the Strawberry Mountain Wilderness. The trail makes a great 1.4 mile hike that climbs 1000 feet in elevation to Strawberry Lake, Strawberry Falls and Little Strawberry Lake. The trail also connects to other trails such as Slide Basin Trail #372 allowing access to Slide Lake. Connect with Skyline Trail #385 to head over to High Lake, then connect with Onion Creek Trail #368 and loop back to Strawberry Lake.