Noble Woods Trail is a 1.1 mile loop trail located near Hillsboro, Oregon that features a river and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, trail running, and birding and is accessible year-round.
This is a beautiful park with trails that travel first through a Douglas fir woodland then along beautiful Rock Creek. This 39 acre park is home to woodpeckers, owls and various songbirds. The trails are very well maintained and travel through various environments. There is a picnic area and open area for a lunch break before taking a walk along the paths. There is a very nice viewpoint over Rock Creek where you may see a variety of wildfowl in the water below.
Short easy loop. High use. Always a lot of people. Trails flood during the winter.
Great little place to get away for a short walk or run in the trees. Facilities at both ends of the park. Parts of the trail do flood occasionally during the rainy season and the wooden bridges can be extremely slippery when wet.
One of my favorite inner-city hikes. Great for jogging and walking dogs.
Love coming here! Beautiful scenery dogs are welcome, has poop bags available at the beginning of trail.
I love this trail.
My daily run! Parts paved and parts wood chips. Bathrooms and water fountain at both entrances!
Nice little hike.
Nice little trail though it floods in the winter.
nice little park for when you need a quick dose of green nearby
Nice paved road. Wouldn't really call it hiking but it is nice to get some trees around you. You can bring dogs as long as they are leashed.
Very Nice, except No Bike Allowed.
They say to make it safer for walkers.
Paved and Chip paths, Great all year.