Park Creek Road  
USGS 7.5' Map: Summitville, Elwood Pass, Beaver Creek Reservoir, Summit Peak, Platoro
Difficulty: Number: Miles: Altitude: Obstacles: Time:
Easy 1 FR 380 16.00 8,680 to 11,600 ft. NA 2-3 hours
County: Rio Grande
Adopted by:      
Managed by: Rio Grande National Forest
Divide Ranger District

Rio Grande National Forest
Conejos Peak Ranger District
13308 West Hwy 160
Del Norte, CO 81132

15571 County Road T5
La Jara, CO 81140

Summary: Park Creek road is a graded road that connects Hwy160 with the Stunner Campground near Platoro Reservoir.
Agency - March 15 to May 15
Best Time: June - Higher elevation may still be snowed in
July - Best
August - Best
September - Best
October - Watch for early snows
Trail Heads
Camping: Unknown
Base Camp: Unknown
Fall Colors: Unknown
Navigation: From South Fork, CO. head west on US-160 W for 7.3 miles. Turn left onto Demijohn Road, which is the Park Creek road, FR380.

From Pagosa Springs, CO. head east on US-160 E for 34.8 miles. Turn right onto Demijohn Road, which is the Park Creek road, FR380.
Park Creek Road is a graded gravel road that starts from the Park Creek campground off of Highway 160 and connects with Platoro. I have only driven the middle section between the Summitville, FR330, road and Elwood Pass, FR667. This section is mostly a lane and a half graded gravel road. As a main connector road it will have more traffic than the other surrounding roads.
Data updated - November 1, 2015       4WD Road driven - July 19, 2015       Copyright - 2000-2015