Bailey Creek Trailhead

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Bridger-Teton National Forest

The Bailey Creek trail is 9 miles long (one-way), and travels across the watershed divide to scenic Bailey Lake then continues down to the Snake River. Its source to the Snake River is designated as a national Wild and Scenic River. The trailhead for the Bailey Creek trail offers several areas for…

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Location

Bailey Creek Trailhead is located in Wyoming

Directions

From the Town of Alpine, Wyoming, head east on Greys River Road /Forest Service Road 10138 (FS-10138) and follow it for approximately 8 miles. Turn left at the junction getting onto The Little Greys Road/ FS-10124 and follow it for 13.2 miles. Bailey Creek Trailhead is the first left, past the turnoff for McCain Guard Station. Approximate travel details from the Town of Alpine: 21 miles, 38 minutes.

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43.12240851 N
110.7100034 W

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About This Campground

The Bailey Creek trail is 9 miles long (one-way), and travels across the watershed divide to scenic Bailey Lake then continues down to the Snake River. Its source to the Snake River is designated as a national Wild and Scenic River. The trailhead for the Bailey Creek trail offers several areas for dispersed camping as well as plenty of parking. Alternatively, access by fording or boating the Snake River from the Elbow is also possible late in the season.

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