FROM CAMP TO SEA TROUT POOL - TOP OF STRETCH
The trail to this end is at right angles from the road leading in to the camp, and starts at the camp.
The camp is approximately 1-1/2 miles from the river and located about 100+ meters above the river level. It would take about 5 minutes to drive to the top of the hill, on the Sea Trout Pool end of the sretch (top end). If you have only a car, drive to the top of the hill and then put on your waders and walk down. It's about one km ( 1/2 mile) down to the river from the top of the hill. On your way down, decide if you want to drive down the next time.
After that, you are on your own. I don't know what condition the main trail to Sea Trout is like today. In previous years I felt a car ot pickup truck with good road clearance could make it. A 4WD vehicle definitely could. If the trail is wet,leave the car or truck at the top of the hill.
I was last there 2 years ago. I've had this stretch 7 or 8 times since 1995, when it opened. I use an ATV. In 1995 I had a Jeep Cherokee and camped on the river at Sullivan Pool. There was no camp until 1997. The trail was good then, but it's seen a lot of wear and tear in the intervening years.
CAMERON POOL END- LOWER END
It you follow the road that brought you in to the camp, it will lead to the lower end of the stretch. There are lots of sharp rocks as you progress down this trail and I would drive real slow when you get to this part of the trail. Eventually you get to the ATV trail, but it is not that readily visible unless you've been there before. This trail is shorter than the one at the other end, but steeper. DNR might have a sign or marker now, but they didn't 2 years ago. In 1995, I took a Jeep Cherokee down the ATV trail to the Cameron Pool, but I wouldn't do that today. It's OK if you have an ATV. If you walk, it is quite steep.
If you are on foot, don't drag a case of beer with you on the lower end of the stretch. Read the Log Book in the Camp for the whole story.