I really wish I could join you on this one, but I have a commitment Saturday evening. I have hiked most of that section. Be sure to check out Speck Pond before you hop on the trail (off 285) and take the 50 yard side trail to Pearl Creek campsite at the other end.
I really can't imagine any part of the trail that will actually be wet. The bridge over Honey Creek is high above the water; Silver Creek is a bit more swampy, but there is a full bridge from the banks, so I doubt you will have any problems here.
If you stay at Walton Pond, consider staying on the east shore, as there is a beautiful meadow high overlooking the pond. The western shore is more "formalized" campsites with picnic tables. I have hung on the NW corner of the pond, but the eastern shore is always so inviting. Plenty of places to hang either way. Looking forward to your report.
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