Fort Pearce Trail (Warner Valley)

Fort Pearce Trail (Warner Valley)



More a launching point into the Warner Valley wilderness than anything else, the Fort Pearce trail is largely undocumented and appears to simply be the conversion of a road system into a non-motorized trail. The trailhead is right off of Warner Valley road, but sorting the trail out from the remnants of the ATV trail system that preceded it is difficult.

Elevation Range:   50 ft
Low Elevation:   2990 ft
High Elevation:   3040 ft
Distance:   1.0 miles
Area:   Warner Valley
Cost:   Free
Rating:    (1.0)
Aerobic Intensity:    (2.0)
Technical Difficulty:    (1.0)
Scenery:    (2.0)
  1 ratings
Last Edited: Mar 21, 2018


This trailhead is just a few hundred feet from Warner Valley Road, but is not listed on BLM websites or other sources of documentation for trails in the area.

From the parking lot you can easily access the Fort Pearce Wash, and walk or ride along the network of ATV trails accessible from there.


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 Getting There

  • Head East on Telegraph St. in Washington City.
  • Turn right (south) on 300 East
  • For 5.4 miles, follow 300 East as it becomes Washington Fields Rd
  • The road will make a sharp left to turn onto Warner Valley Rd.
  • Follow under the overpass for Highway 7, and then when the road turns to gravel.
  • From the start of Warner Valley Road, Travel East for 6.2 miles.
  • At the sign for "Fort Pearce Trailhead", turn right and drive for several hundred yards into the parking area of the trailhead.