Treebones is so absolutely a beautiful place. There are several yurts, tent sites, a treehouse, and a "nest." Our yurt was a partial ocean view & was perfect. We knew going in what to expect - the bathroom with showers were about a 5 minute walk from our site, however there were bathrooms without showers closer to us which made it easier when you just needed to visit the restroom. Make sure to get your way to Willow Creek Trail is a hidden gem in the Silver Peak Wilderness.Drive about 2.3 miles up the unpaved Los Burros Road near Treebones Resort and park about 50 yards before the start of the trail. The trail starts out as an abandoned road, and it's possible to drive about 1/2 mile down this road for a slightly shorter hike. The road then becomes impassable for vehicles, and eventually transitions to a single-track hiking path at the boundary of the Silver Peak Wilderness. The trail descends through mixed redwood groves on the south side of Willow Creek. A narrow side path just above the creek leads down to the site of an old swinging bridge. The bridge has been removed, and we could find no sign of it on our hike. The main trail continues upstream a short distance to reach two campsites along Willow Creek. The first site is in a small clearing and has a grill and fire pit. The second site, a few minutes' walk farther up the trail, is larger and has a dilapidated picnic table, a grill, and a fire pit. The trail continues beyond the second camp, but soon becomes impassable. This is a very beautiful area, and you'll probably have it all to yourself.
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