The town of Meeker is largely an agricultural community, located in the wide fertile valley of the White River in northwestern Colorado. Relatively isolated from other communities, it sits near the intersection of State Highway 13 and State Highway 64, on the north side of the White River and at the base of a long ridge, known locally as China Wall. Some of the trails go along this ridge. There are 11 miles of single track trails that are open to hiking and biking. The trail system incorporates a number of new and existing trails developed by the local community and agencies. The surrounding area offers more recreational opportunities including high quality hunting and access to large and remote wilderness areas. For more information, please contact the White River Field Office.
Take State Highway 13 to the Town of Meeker. Travel north on 3rd Street for 8 blocks to where it "t's" with Sanderson Drive. Turn left on Sanderson Drive and travel approx. 1/4 mile to Sanderson Hill Park. There is parking, a restroom, a playground, a ball field, and a picnic shelter at this park. The trailhead is located in the back of this park with a kiosk and map.