Perfect for kiddos to walk solo for starter hikes.
(Beware cliffs if off the path).
Breathtaking views that we're surprising given the area.

My first visit to the gorgeous Camassia Natural Area. I made it my goal to explore every single trail, and I believe I succeeded. Most of the trails are covered with nice bark dust or composite planks. This loop has more boardwalks than most parks, and they are well done. There were some mosquitoes due to the swampy conditions, but I kept moving to leave them in the dust. Tons of beautiful wildflowers. I also explored every path in the "High School Natural Area" which connects to West Linn High School at multiple points. Eventually I'd like to go back and explore the "Wilderness Area" which this trail connects to by crossing Clark Street at the far north out and back segment.

Very kid friendly. Go soon because purple flowers are almost gone.

05/01/18. Did 2 loops to alleviate the stress in my life and Camassia did not disappoint today. Wildflowers are currently peaking. Don’t wait another week.

nice trails but too close to the freeway.
will go again.

trail running
4 months ago

This is the best trail for quick escape from the city into the wilderness, hard to believe this is so close to the city, it's perfect! I trail run the loop a few times and love it :)

The trail is well maintained. Great easy hike for a 2 year-old. The little one enjoyed climbing the boulders on and near the trail. Caution - keep toddlers close because there are a couple spots that have nice views with precipitous, unguarded drops. When we enjoyed those spots I kept a hand on him and was glad I hadn't let him out of sight or reach.

Beautiful! .. but severely overgrown!

It is a great place for kids to begin hiking. If they like birds the ospray come in really close.

Not the best for jogging stroller. very pretty there are even some rare Myrtle trees. be sure to wear your babies in a pack of some sort.

Fantastic natural place!

Did on 05/25/17. This is owned by The Nature Conservancy and is maintained to reflect the unique vegetation types found prior to European settlement of the Willamette Valley. It serves as an outdoor classroom to discus the value of oak savanna habitats, and as a reserve for plants and animals of this typology. Well worth going for a quick stroll since the trail less than a mile.

Monday, June 05, 2017

Easy to find, Great trail. Plenty loop options to choose from and yet it is all very cleared marked. Not much to see view wise but the trail was big enough I feel left some path to be explored so I'd say I would come back again.

nature trips
Sunday, March 05, 2017

great hidden preserve. Native flower plant folks will love it. Word of caution: There is poison oak in the preserve.

Friday, January 06, 2017

I walk it everyday it's my backyard

Thursday, June 09, 2016

Great nature trail that is well maintained by the Nature Conservancy.

Saturday, May 21, 2016

Very peaceful with great mountain views. Definite noise from freeway and school. Very short flat loop trail that is best in spring when covered in wildflowers.

Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Sunday, May 07, 2017

Monday, March 27, 2017

Monday, September 14, 2015