Best trails in Willamette Park, Oregon

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Explore the most popular trails in Willamette Park with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.
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#1 - Forest Path - Kendall Natural Area
Willamette Park
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Length: 2.4 mi • Est. 1 h
The most popular dog walk in Corvallis during the summer, this path takes you to several of the best dog swim areas This path is a great one for the summertime heatwaves. You can wade in as deep as you like, while your dogs can get a great workout hiking and then chasing tennis balls in the current. Accessibility: There is a large paved parking lot off of Southeast Fischer Lane but it is unclear whether there are any designated accessible parking spaces with striped access aisles. The trail surface is paved asphalt, gravel, or dirt and typically between four and eight feet wide. The estimated grade is mostly gentle (all 4% or less).Show more
#2 - Restoration Forest Path
Willamette Park
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Length: 2.4 mi • Est. 59 m
A paved path past sports fields leads to a recovering forest. The restoration forest area at Crystal Lake Sports Fields is a smooth out-and-back on asphalt. It's crowded in the summer as the sports fields draw tons of local teams out to play baseball, softball, soccer, and ultimate frisbee.Show more
#3 - Willamette River Path
Willamette Park
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Length: 2.6 mi • Est. 1 h 4 m
This jungle of a path takes you through the wilder spots in Kendall Natural Area as it follows the Willamette River If you want to get away from the crowds in this popular park, take this riverside loop instead. It follows the curve of the Willamette River and offers many options to duck out to the cobble and sand beaches for a swim or skipping stones.Show more