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This trail leads to Little Strawberry Lake. The lake is a scenic subalpine lake with large meadows and wild onion fields. Wild flowers are regularly abundant.


Considerations: This trail is a heavy use area. It is not recommended for holiday or weekend use.

Directions: From the southeast end of Prairie City: follow the sign located on south side of Depot Park. Take County Road 60 south from Prairie City Park all the way to Strawberry Campground, approximately 12 miles. Follow the Strawberry Basin Trail #375 to the Little Strawberry Lake Trail cutoff.

Facility Type: Campground

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