Waters Creek Intrepretive Trail is a 3.2 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Wilderville, Oregon that features a river and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking and walking and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
The Waters Creek Wheelchair Accessible Trail is a gravel surfaced loop trail with interpretive signs that tell you about stream and forest ecology in the Waters Creek watershed. An additional loop trail about two miles in length continues up Waters Creek from the wheelchair accessible loop. The first 1.0 mile loop is Barrier Free. A second loop is for hikers only and both trails follow Water Creek with many views of drainage's, wild flowers, animal usage, and has a mixture of hardwoods and conifer with some old trees scattered through out. Benches and interpretive signs are available along the trail.
i love this trail
Great! Loved the beautiful trees and moss and the sunshine filtering through. So peaceful. Trail was pretty well maintained. Lookout for poison oak. And the toilet is awful lol. Overall-highly recommended.
nice hike and time spent with family and nature. 6 year old nephew had no problem with the hike. no breath taking views tho if you're out of shape you may breathe a little heavy! definitely enjoyed it and will go again!
Beautiful area, very nice hike. Took the kids and the dogs and everyone loved it
Nice trail, pretty easy with slight inclines. Lots of ferns and shade. light traffic so great place to take the pups.
Great trail with lots of wildflowers in spring, nicely kept. Great for a relaxing walk with the dog.
the enchanted forest during November. I went tWice in two Weeks. Its easy and gorgeous.
Beautiful simple loop that took me and my 8 year old daughter a little over an hour. The creek is so pretty and the lush landscape shades the trail keeping you cool. Love the benches to stop and rest.
Great trail for kids and people with limits. All trails well maintained with several benches and stoping points to learn about water shed and the ecosystem.