Fullerton Mill Trail


TRAIL INFORMATION


Length: 1.6 mile loop

Type: Packed Dirt

Difficulty: Easy

Usages: Walking

Location: Kisatchie National Forest – Calcasieu Ranger District, Vernon Unit – (31.010716, -92.987843)

Map: Trail Map


CONTACT INFORMATION


Agency: U. S. Forest Service

Contact: website | 318-793-9427

Directions: From Leesville, take U.S. Hwy 171 south 7 miles to LA Hwy 10, turn left and proceed 18 miles to Hwy 399. Turn left on Hwy 399 and proceed 5 miles to the signed entrance road on the left to Fullerton Lake Recreation Complex.


ADDITIONAL INFORMATION


Animals: Must be on leash

Water: Drinking  Water

Bathroom: Flush Toilets

Entrance Fee: None

Camping: Allowed

Special Notes:


Fullerton Mill Trail

Fullerton Lake Recreation Complex is home to the historic town of Fullerton and Fullerton Sawmill. Approximately 5,000 residents lived in Fullerton between 1907 and 1927, and daily life revolved around the steam whistle of the Fullerton Sawmill, foundations and ruins of which can still be seen on the 1.6 mile Fullerton Mill Trail.

Today, the Fullerton Lake Recreation Complex has a campsite with fire rings and grills, flush toilets, and access to drinking water. It is a perfect place to spend the day hiking the historic Fullerton Mill Trail, fishing from the banks of the lake, or boating with non-motorized watercraft.