Azalea Lake Trail, located south of Rock Creek Campground, offers 1.2 miles of hiking. This trail is maintained semiannually and follows an old cut over area along an old logging road. The road is the basis of the trail. There are two short stretches of the trail which are very steep before reaching Azalea Lake. The lake provides some fishing and several unimproved campsites along it's shore.
Directions: From Powers, Go south on County Road #219 to Forest Service Road #33 and than onto Forest Service Road #3347, travel one mile on Road #3347 to trailhead.
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This trail is maintained annually. It follows an old harvest area along a logging road. The road is the basis of the trail. There are two short stretches of the trail which are very steep. At the top, the trail reaches Azalea Lake. The lake provides some fishing, but limited access, because of brush encroachment. There are also several unimproved campsites along the shore of the lake. Rock Creek Campground is just north of the trailhead.Highlights
Following an old logging road, the trail has two short steep section. At Azalea Lake there is limited access to fishing.