{"results":{"recreation":[{"ID":"6547","post_title":"Sparks Lake Trail","post_content":"The Spark Lake Trail travels from the Cascade Lakes Highway at Sparks Lake to the Metolius-Windigo Horse Trail. Traversing over rolling and through forested lava terrain. This trail is considered to be a good mountain biking trail.","post_name":"sparks-lake-trail","post_type":"resource","slug":"recreation","name":"Recreation","lat":"44.0157","lng":"-121.745","distance":"0.5","permalink":"\/see-do\/recreation\/cycling\/hiking\/sparks-lake-trail\/","terms":"a Hiking<\/a>\r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t (within Recreation<\/a>)"},{"ID":"6546","post_title":"Sparks Lake\/ Lava Lakes Trail","post_content":"Follow the trail signs for Hosmer Lake. After crossing a gravel road, you will ride through 3 miles of lava formations along a single track with rocky and sandy sections. For quite a while Mt. Bachelor appears through the tops of the trees, usually over your shoulder. After passing the trail coming in from Todd Creek on your left, continue on to the junction of the Quinn Meadow trail, approximately 3 miles ahead, and bear left. The single track continues to rise and fall through the trees, passing by a couple of small meadows. Follow the trail to Lava Lakes, about 3.5 more miles ahead. At Lava Lakes you can return to the trailhead at Sparks Lake by retracing your route or continue along the route by taking the first at the end of Lava Lake and riding through the Lava Lakes Campground to Highway 46. Turn right onto Highway 46 and follow the paved road 13.5 miles to Sparks Lake.

This trail is a challenging ride for a beginner who should be in good shape and prepared to ride over some rough rocks. The scenery is beautiful as the the trail winds its way through forests of lodgepole pine.","post_name":"sparks-lake-lava-lakes-trail","post_type":"resource","slug":"recreation","name":"Recreation","lat":"44.0205","lng":"-121.739","distance":"0.8","permalink":"\/see-do\/recreation\/cycling\/hiking\/sparks-lake-lava-lakes-trail\/","terms":"a Hiking<\/a>\r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t (within Recreation<\/a>)"},{"ID":"7384","post_title":"Devils Lake Trail","post_content":"This short trail follows the south shore of crystal clear spring-fed Devil's Lake, passing through old growth mountain hemlock forest.","post_name":"devils-lake-trail","post_type":"resource","slug":"recreation","name":"Recreation","lat":"44.0351","lng":"-121.762","distance":"1.4","permalink":"\/see-do\/recreation\/hiking\/devils-lake-trail\/","terms":"a Hiking<\/a>\r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t (within Recreation<\/a>)"},{"ID":"7386","post_title":"Devils Lake Campground","post_content":"Located on Devils Lake the Devils Lake Campground offers nine walk in tent sites with a parking area, vault toilet, horse facilities. Special activities in the area or in the lake include: fishing from Devils Lake Trail, hiking, canoeing, horse\/hiker access point to Three Sisters Wilderness via Elk-Devils Trail or Wickiup Plains Trail. Horse route via Katsuk Pond Trail to Quinn Meadow Horse Camp
Hiking<\/a>\r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t (within Recreation<\/a>)"},{"ID":"6331","post_title":"Wickiup Plains Trail","post_content":"This trail goes from Devils Lake to the Pacific Crest Trail.
Note: The trail enters the Three Sisters Wilderness Area shortly after leaving the trailhead. Wilderness Permits are required for both day-use and overnight travel in the Wilderness from Memorial Day Weekend until Oct. 31. Permits are available at the trailhead.","post_name":"wickiup-plains-trail","post_type":"resource","slug":"recreation","name":"Recreation","lat":"44.0369","lng":"-121.767","distance":"1.8","permalink":"\/see-do\/recreation\/hiking\/wickiup-plains-trail\/","terms":"a
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