|Facilities: There are no facilities provided at Fireline Trail. Gas, food, and lodging can be found in Apache Junction.|
Best Time To Visit: Fireline Trail is open spring through fall, depending on the weather.
Fees: No fee is charged.
Rules: Neither motorized or mechanized transport are permitted on this trail. The maximum group size is 15; the maximum amount of saddle or pack animals of any kind is 15 per group. Horses are not recommended for this trail.
Directions: To reach Fireline Trail Roger Trough Trailhead from Apache Junction, travel east on U.S. Highway 60 to the Queen Valley road turn-off. Turn left and follow this paved road for 2 miles to where the Hewitt Station Road 357 branches off to the right (and turns to gravel). Follow this road for 3 miles to the JF Road 172 turn-off, turn left and follow this road 8 miles to the junction with the Roger Trough Road 172A. (Note: These roads are sometimes washed out; drive with care!). Bear right and follow this very rough road approximately 3 miles to the trailhead. 4WD vehicles are required. Take Reavis Valley Trail north to its intersection with Fireline Trail.To reach Fireline Trail Campaign Trailhead from Apache Junction, travel northeast on State Highway 88 to State Highway 188. Take State Highway 188 southeast to the Cross P Ranch Road 449 turn-off. Turn left and follow this road 2 miles, turn left onto Forest Road 449A and drive 8 miles to the trailhead. Take Campaign Trail south to its intersection with Fireline Trail.
Map: Click here for a map to Fireline Trail
Reservations: Reservations are not needed or accepted for Fireline Trail.