Cedar Creek-Fishbowl Loop Trail is a 14.3 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Frazier Park, California that features a lake and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and birding and is accessible year-round.
Directions from Taft: Travel eight miles south on Highway 33. Continue south for 13 miles after Highway 33 joins Highway 166. Turn south to stay on Highway 33 and travel about 20 miles, turn left (east) onto Lockwood Valley Road and travel about 17 miles east to Grade Valley Road (FS 7N03). The first trailhead is located right off of the Grade Valley Road, approximately 5 miles south of Lockwood Valley Road. The second trailhead is located about seven miles south of Lockwood Valley Road along the Thorn Meadows Road (FS 7N03C
Great hike, completed in four hours, Lots of bear tracks. Fishbowls campsite had water and was beautiful camping location. Cedar Creek was also a beaitiful camping location , however no water. Reminded me a little of Zion once we peaked out at 5900 ft and you could see the surrounding country side. Saw no other hikers.
Good loop trail. The Fishbowl trailhead and the Cedar Creek trail heads area couple miles apart down a dirt trail called Grade Valley Road. If we ever get a decent rainy season, this trail would be outstanding. Between the Cedar Creek campsite and the Fishbowls campsite there's a bit of a hill, about 1000 ft gained in a mile and a quarter and 800 lost on the other side..