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Lane, Douglas County, OR

Bohemia Trail

7.00 Miles
Location: T 23S, R 1E and T24S R 1E, WM, In Umpqua National Forest, NE of Roseburg off Forest Rd. 2422 (China Lake Rd.)
Type: Backcountry

Uses: Bicycling (off pavement)
Equestrian - Riding
Motorized vehicles - Motorcycling
Pedestrian - Walking/Hiking/Running

Agency: USDA Forest Service

The High Divide Trail-Bohemia Section is the remains of the historic Oakland Wagon Road, constructed in 1864-65 to provide gold prospectors and miners access from Oakland, Oregon to the booming Bohemi...

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Lane County, OR

Fall Creek Trail

13.70 Miles
Location: North of Dexter Reservoir, about 15 miles west of the town of Lowell and aprox. 45 minutes from Eugene
Type: Backcountry

Uses: Pedestrian - Walking/Hiking/Running

Agency: USDA Forest Service

As a Hiker Only route, it follows Fall Creek for most of the route, allowing the hiker to enjoy the cool valley air and observing the mix of riparian (streamside) vegetation. Just east of Bedrock Campground, the trail climbs up slope around a parcel of private land and then descends to Fall Creek. ...

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Lane, Linn County, OR

McKenzie River Trail

25.90 Miles
Location: follows upper McKenzie River along SR 126
Type: Backcountry

Uses: Bicycling (off pavement)
Camping
Dogs - On leash
Pedestrian - Walking/Hiking/Running

Agency: USDA Forest Service

The McKenzie River Trail provides an array of recreational opportunities including camping, fishing, photography, exploring, and wildlife viewing. The trail meanders along the upper McKenzie River for...

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Lane County, OR

Middle Fork Trail

27.00 Miles
Location: Middle Fork Willamette River south of Hills Creek Reservoir. East of Oakridge.
Type: Backcountry

Uses: Bicycling (off pavement)
Equestrian - Riding
Pedestrian - Walking/Hiking/Running

Agency: USDA Forest Service

This 27 mile riverside trail wanders up the Middle Fork of the Willamette River from Sand Prarie Campground up to the headwaters at Timpanogas Campground. Big old growth trees, wild rapids, fishing holes and excellent hiking, horseback riding and mountain biking opportunities are found in abundance along the trail route....

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Lane County, OR

Old Growth Ridge

1.50 Miles
Location: From Eugene W on SR 126 50 mi. to Siuslaw River Access Rd. Turn S 2 mi. to Whittaker Creek Campground.
Type: Backcountry

Uses: Boating, non-motorized: Rafting
Camping
Pedestrian - Walking/Hiking/Running
Swimming
Wildlife Observation

Agency: Bureau of Land Management

Built in 1991 by Eugene BLM employees and volunteers, this unique footpath arises from the streamside in the moisture rich hills called the Coast Range by local Willamette Valley residents. This is sp...

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Lane County, OR

Ridgeline Trail

14.00 Miles
Location: In the south hills of Eugene, Oregon
Type: Fitness Trail
Mountain Bike Trail
Urban Trail

Uses: Dogs - On leash
Pedestrian - Walking/Hiking/Running

Agency: City, Town, or County

The 14 mile long Ridgeline Trail, meanders through over 1000 acres of diverse natural habitats straddling the southern edge of Eugene, Oregon- Access to the trail is easily found in many of the surrounding residential neighborhoods of south Eugene. ...

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Lane County, OR

Row River

15.50 Miles
Location: Trail begins within downtown Cottage Grove, OR and extends east @ 17 miles. The BLM manages the vast majority of the trail beginning at Mosby Creek Trailhead (MP 3). This rail trail winds through rural and forested lands, and parallels the north shore of
Type: Equestrian Trail
Fitness Trail
Mountain Bike Trail
Nature Trail
Rail Trail
Urban Trail

Uses: Bicycling (on pavement)
Boating, Motorized
Boating, non-motorized: Canoeing
Boating, non-motorized: Kayaking
Boating, non-motorized: Rafting
Boating, non-motorized: Sailing
Dogs - On leash
Equestrian - Riding
Heritage and History
Pedestrian - Walking/Hiking/Running
Roller/Inline Skating
Skateboarding
Swimming
Wildlife Observation

Agency: Bureau of Land Management

In 1994, the BLM acquired the abandoned railway that once supported steam engines in the early 1900s hauling ore, logs, supplies and passengers. In the early 70s, an excursion train called "The Goose" carried passengers until the economics of maintaining the railways became prohibitive. Now, developed and maintained as a non-motorized trail for public recreational use, the Row (rhymes with cow), offers year-round enjoyment to visitors who enjoy beautiful vistas that change with the seasons. ...

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Lane County, OR

Willamette River Trail

3.80 Miles
Location: Multi-use trail along west side of Willamette R. in Eugene.
Type: Fitness Trail
Urban Trail

Uses: Bicycling (on pavement)
Pedestrian - Walking/Hiking/Running
Roller/Inline Skating
Skateboarding

Agency: City, Town, or County

The Willamette River trail (known officially as the Ruth Bascom Riverbank Trail system) is a paved bikeway/walkway in Eugene, Oregon...

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Benton, Clackamas, Lane,Linn, Marion, Polk,Yamhill County, OR

Willamette River Water Trail

217.00 Miles
Location: The trail includes 217 river miles that extend as far south as Creswell, OR and as far north as St Helens, OR. The area encompasses the entire mainstem of the Willamette River as well as portions of the Coast Fork Willamette and Middle Fork Willamette.
Type: Water Trail
National Water Trails System

Uses: Boating, Motorized
Boating, non-motorized: Canoeing
Boating, non-motorized: Kayaking
Boating, non-motorized: Rafting
Boating, non-motorized: Sailing
Camping
Fishing
Heritage and History
Swimming
Swimming - Diving/snorkeling
Wildlife Observation

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This trail is part of the National Water Trails System

217-mile water-based trail flows through forests, meadows, parks, farms, and cities large and small. The River Trail descends from the Willamette River headwaters in the Cascade and Coast ranges to Portland, Oregon and to the confluence with the Columbia River....

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