Types: Trails

Willamette River Water Trail – Rogers Landing, Newberg

Champoeg State Heritage Area is distinguished as one of only 20 National Water Trails in the U.S., the Willamette River Water Trail is an assemblage of properties that provide access and campsites for boaters and paddlers along 187 miles of…

Winter’s Hill Vineyard

This vineyard just north of McMinnville is owned by an environmentally conscious family who has created paths specifically for birdwatchers through their oak savanna and oak-fir forest. The owners ask visitors to check in at the tasting room and gift…

Twin Buttes Trailhead

Provides access to: Grizzly Bear Trail #3103 and East Butte Trail #3112 that access Wenaha-Tucannon Wilderness. This trailhead offers a parking area, vault toilet, picnic tables, fire rings, and a spring available for stock use.

Teepee Trailhead

Provides access to: East  Butte Trail #3112, Mt. Misery Trail #3113 and Turkey Creek Trail #3136 which all access Wenaha-Tucannon Wilderness. Take Mt. Misery Trail #3113 to Oregon Butte and meet Smooth Ridge Trail #3105. There is a view from Teepee Trailhead toward the southwest. A stock…

Sawtooth Trailhead

Provides access to: Sawtooth Trail #3256 which enters Wenaha-Tucannon Wilderness. This trailhead offers ample parking, but there are no facilities or water available.

Rattlesnake Trailhead

Provides access to: Rattlesnake Trail #3129 which enters Wenaha-Tucannon Wilderness. The trailhead is located just beyond the Panjab Campground. Parking is available next to fish information board. Trail takes off across the creek so be prepared to get your feet wet.

Panjab Trailhead

Provides access to: Panjab Trail #3127 which accesses Wenaha-Tucannon Wilderness. Trailhead facilities include loading docks, hitching rails, feed mangers, tables, and fire rings for visitors. Water is readily available for stock.

Grand Island Greenway

This greenway preserves a remnant of the gallery forests of high-arching cottonwood, maple and ash trees that once shaded much of the Willamette River bottomlands. In summer, the songs of Swainson’s Thrush and Black-headed Grosbeak fill the forest, and Yellow…

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