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The Horseglade Trailhead accesses the “Woods Line”, a Rails to Trails System. The trails follows Five Mile Creek and is open to hikers, mountain bike riders, and horseback riders. Accommodations include a parking area with adequate trailer turnaround, and accessible outhouse, two campsites, and picnic areas. Activities offered are bird watching, fishing,
wading, and photography.

Directions: From Bly: Travel west on Highway 140 to the Ivory Pine County Road. Follow Ivory Pine 12 miles northeast to Forest Road 27. Turn left onto Road 27, and go for 1" miles, to the west. The trailhead is on the right.

Seasonal Access: Normally Open: June-Late October (Trail and parking area maintained during these dates.)

Facility Type: Trailhead

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