Evans Creek Trail is a 3.4 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Carbonado, Washington that offers the chance to see wildlife and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from April until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
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off road driving
Evans Creek ORV park is located about 45 miles southeast of Seattle on highway 165 to Mowich Lake. The park provides a little bit of something for everyone. With trails from easy to most difficult and is arranged for motorcycles, ATVs and off road vehicles. A campground is available for those who want to camp and is accessible for even larger RVs At the main entrance is a large staging area. Northwest Forest passes are required for the park and it is not uncommon to see enforcement officers checking for them. Trails are numbered and marked for difficulty as well as type of vehicle. Evans Creek offers plenty of challenge and lots of beautiful scenery, with viewpoints of Mount Rainier that are hard to beat. Due to the fact that the trails in Evans Creek are tight and twisty we would not recommend it for large rigs. Conditions at Evans Creek can vary widely with the weather and season. In winter the park can be closed due to snow and even into late June or early July the upper trails can still be impassible if snowfall was heavy enough. Each season presents it's own set of challenges and we find it a great place to take your rig after a modification to test how things are working. Those who have been to the Rubicon Trail say that if your 4x4 will pass the Evans Creek challenge then you won't have a problem with the Rubicon!