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Fry Creek is an easy 1.7 mile loop trail with little elevation change and occasional resting benches; suitable for most hikers.

Fry Creek is a pleasant loop trail that travels through mixed pine and black oak stands. It also traverses a few Penny Pine plantations (replanted burn sites) and offers users occasional benches for resting.

Forest maps available at Palomar Ranger District Office located on Black Canyon Road in Ramona.

Directions: From San Diego, CA, Drive north on Interstate 15 to Highway 76 (Oceanside-Pala exit). Head east on Hwy. 76 to S6 and drive north toward Palomar Mountain. Follow S6 to Fry Creek Campground. Trailhead parking is just outside the campground along S6 (trail users may not use the campground for parking). The trailhead is located near the campground fee station just inside the entrance.

Elevation: 5,000 feet

Elevation Gain: 200 feet

Distance: 1.5 miles

Difficulty: Easy

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Cleveland National Forest, California

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