Lizard Rock Trail begins at Spruce Grove Campground. The trail leads 2.5 miles one way in Lost Creek Wilderness, past the Hankins Pass Trail and intersects with the Brookside-McCurdy Trail. Along the route you will pass by a unique rock formation, that many visitors say looks like a lizard.
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To hike The trailhead is located at Spruce Grove Campground off Country Road 77 (Tarryall Road) about 12 miles north of Lake George. Park at the trailhead parking outside the campground if you are not staying in the campground. Stay to the right of the campground, past the outhouse and cross the bridge over Tarryall Creek.
This trail is generally accessible year round; however, it may be more difficult during the winter months.