Dunnfield Creek Trail

The Dunnfield Creek Trail
Small cascades are common along the Dunnfield Creek Trail.


Length: 3.5 miles, one-way
Difficulty: Moderate
Blaze: Green
Elevation Change: 966 feet
Trailhead Location: 0.5 mile via the Dunnfield Creek Natural Area trailhead | directions to Dunnfield Creek Natural Area trailhead

This trail is in the Dunnfield Creek Natural Area. Dunnfield Creek is a designated Wild Trout Stream and supports a healthy population of native brook trout. The trail follows the stream through a mature hemlock and mixed hardwood ravine. Numerous small cascades are seen along the creek. Be prepared for numerous stream crossings. The trail ends at Sunfish Pond, a natural glacial lake. Over twenty miles of trail can be connected together in the Worthington State Forest area to fill the entire day.

Other Information: restroom located at trailhead;the trailhead parking lot fills quickly on summer weekends; more information about Worthington State Forest

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Last updated: August 17, 2021

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