Limpy Botanical Interpretive Loop Trail is a 1 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Grants Pass, Oregon that features a waterfall and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and birding and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
Several loop trails. The most popular follows Limpy Creek, is almost level, has numerous benches, and passes several small waterfalls. Other loop trails go along and up the hillside.
Lovely trail. Out of GP on Redwood Highway. Right on Riverbanks Road. Drive 4.5. Left on limpey creek road. Drive 2.3 to trailhead (6/10 mi. past the end of the center line). There is a fork to the left that pulls into the parking lot. You can see the bathroom from the road, I believe. Pictures added. If there is any doubt that you've found the trailhead, you're not there. This trail has maps, interpretive signs, bridges, and benches. Quite lovely.
Well-maintained trail. Nice view of the Falls.
easy hike, with lots of great little water falls due to all the recent rain.
Nice little hike.
It's short and the loop has multiple trails for any person to follow. Easy and beautiful, family friendly, a lot of posted information about the area. Great fun and exercise.
super short. easy. trail head hard to find.
my 6 yr old did this with ease. more a nature walk then a hike I'd say. really cool to explore though. there were mosquitos though since your by the water so make sure you wear bug repellent.
Easy and pretty has benches and info boards along the trail
This is a sweet little trail that is close to town and perfect for kids. Be aware of rocks and roots as trip hazards. Benches along trails provide a lot of areas to take a break. Many locations along the creek and a pretty little falls.
This is a ~1mile loop. We did it on a fall day. There is a small waterfall. Fairly easy to maneuver. We did it with the grandparents and children.