Fort Stevens State Park Trail (Seaside)
Trailhead Elevation: 29 ft
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Start at the lake car park, head North out onto the park road, take a left (West) at the junction ride a few hundred yards then take the first left. You will see the gate for Burma Rd on your left. Head all the way down Burma Rd (South) till you reach the end, head right on the track and you will see a sign that says Delora Dune Trail on a sign. The single track starts just to the left of the sign as you look at it. Head North along a tight single track. You can exit right (East) on minor trails the gain Burma Rd again in a few places. At the Park Boundary Sign (which you may see heading south on Burma Rd) you can head East to pick up a junction to head North on either side of the lake before coming South again to finish the loop. After the Lake loop head back up Burma Rd to the car park. 2 loops of this trail will make for a good ride!
This is largely single track. One of only two in Clastop County. Burma Rd is dual-track and the rest is single. It’s tight in places with a fairly easy technical rating. The lake trail has more than a few roots (some large) on it and storms have left some of the trail with a tree across just in one or two places. We have done this also as a night ride (fun until you hit a tree root) where you would need to go a little slower and have a good head light.
This is a multi use trail PLEASE give way to hikers and horses. Failing to adhere to this will result in a loss of trail use in the future! This route was created over a few rides some over previous trail mapping. Two laps of the route should provide around 18/20 mile if you get your route right at the start with some good map study! Use Burma Rd and the Lake as reference points through the ride for directional awareness.