About Haymaker Dispersed Camping Area
Haymaker Park Trail (604) is a short trail that provides access to a system of trails. Nevada Creek Trail 601, Haymaker Canyon Trail 602, and Daisy-Mountain-High Trail 603 all join Haymaker Park. Haymaker Park offers large numbers of wildflowers in spring and has good views to the south down Daisy Canyon. Obtain a Forest Visitor's map for information on any travel restrictions. Length: 0.4 miles Trail Begins: Forest Road 189 Trail Ends: Trail Junction. 602 Area Map: Lewis and Clark (Jefferson Division) USGS Map1: Daisy Peak Township 11N; Range 11E; Section 26. Bears may frequent the area; keep all food out of sight in approved containers and remove all food from area after eating. Mandatory food storage is required.
USDA Forest Service
Haymaker Dispersed Camping Area is located in Lewis and Clark National Forest in Montana
Travel 32 miles west of Harlowton on Highway 12, then 14 miles north on Spring Creek Road 274 to Willow Park Road 189, then 10 miles east on Road 189 to the trailhead.
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