|Facilities: There are no facilities provided at Hoolie Bacon Trail. Gas, food, and lodging can be found in Apache Junction.|
Best Time To Visit: Hoolie Bacon Trail is open year round.
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.
Directions: To reach Hoolie Bacon Trail Tortilla Trailhead from Apache Junction, travel northeast on State Highway 88 for 22 miles to the Tortilla Road 213 turn-off. Parking is available here. If you have a 4WD, you may follow this road 2 miles to a dead-end. Take JF Trail southeast to its intersection with Hoolie Bacon Trail.To reach Hoolie Bacon Trail Peralta Trailhead from Apache Junction, travel east on U.S. Highway 60 (8.5 miles past Apache Junction) to the Peralta Road 77 turnoff. The trailhead is 8 miles north on this road. Horse-trailers parking are on the left just inside the forest boundary 0.1 miles before reaching the main trailhead. Travel northeast then northwest on Dutchman's Trail to its intersection with Whiskey Spring Trail. Take Whiskey Spring Trail northeast to its intersection with Red Tanks Trail. Go east on Red Tanks Trail to its intersection with Hoolie Bacon Trail.
Map: Click here for a map to Hoolie Bacon Trail
Reservations: Reservations are not needed or accepted for Hoolie Bacon Trail.