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Mill Creek Truck Trail is a 8.2 mile moderately trafficked point-to-point trail located near Longview, Washington that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from March until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length 8.2 mi Elevation gain 1,276 ft Route type Point to Point
Dogs on leash Nature trips Scenic driving Ohv / off road driving Forest Views Wild flowers
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This is a dirt road for offroad driving that is commonly used for logging, so be careful when visiting. There are side roads to explore and camping destinations nearby.

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Jori Scruggs-Brown
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Hiking

This is definitely a logging road! There weren’t many cars/trucks though. Today was beautiful. Lots of flowers and a few critters. We took one of the side roads and saw a glimpse of a mountain. Maybe St. Helens? The directions say to turn left on Spruce Creek Rd, but we didn’t see a trail head. We turned around and drove up Mill Creek Rd. until the paved road ended. There is a small turnout there where we parked.

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Bob Crisman Jr.
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Hiking

Fun trails. Lots of scenic views. Saw two herds of elk, lots of bear scat, a beaver dam and beautiful hiking along game trails. Great places to picnic and/or cool off in the creeks hunting for agates. The main roads can be navigated by car but there a lot of sharp rocks that can pierce sidewalls and even some challenging areas for those more adventurous. We went two days in a row this week and will back again next week. Safe travels!

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Ashley Holland
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HikingRocky

no hike u can practically drive all the way up.. no view. total miles 18.. round trip . all trails lie. not worth it. yuck. logging rd

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Stevie Howard
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Hiking

This is not a “truck trail”... it’s literally just a logging road that takes you to clearcut areas. It’s not scenic, it’s not challenging. You could evidently do this in a stock Honda Civic... I saw two of them out there. I don’t mean to be overly negative but for this to be called a “trail” and have 4 stars and “moderate” rating is waaaay off. This one is not worth the time.

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Tory H
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Off Road Driving

Easy dirt/gravel road, well maintained. Ends at a junction. Only took 25 mins. There are a lot of side roads to explore.

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Marissa Heffernan
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Hiking

Looking for mushrooms

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Gordon Headlee
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lots of logging happens up there so be awhere....

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TC Ferguson
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Bradley Trails, views of the Elochoman Valley, Twin Bridges, Beaver Pond. All great scenery and camping destinations. Cut over to Abernathy via the Mill Creek/ Abernathy Incline Truck Trail crossovers. Be sure to have a discover pass. This is all state DNR Land.

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lynna lynna haan
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peaceful & pretty

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Daniel A
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Marissa Heffernan
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Pamela McCall
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James S
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