Beaver Dam Trail is a 2 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Colton, Oregon that offers the chance to see wildlife and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and birding and is accessible from May until October.
The Beaver Dam Trail in Colton, OR is a 2.68 mile out and back through forest and to a creek. Easy hiking, the last bit down to the creek is steep. Total elevation loss to the creek is 700 feet, therefore a 700 foot elevation gain on the way back.
Trail has essentially been replaced by a logging road. There is no marked 123 Road. We walked down the road through a clear cut. You can probably reach the creek and Beaver dam area by the road but it didn't seem worth the hike. The trail should be removed from this app. There is a lit of litter and illegal dumping in the area
This trail does exist. We were skeptical, thinking that it would be completely overgrown. Drive to the gate, then walk to the end of the road and look around and you will find the trail. It takes you down to the creek. There was no beaver dam today. The trail is easy except for the last little bit that goes down to the creek. It is steep. It was 2.68 miles from the gate out and back.