Explore the most popular hiking trails in Lacamas Creek Park with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

short. lots of nice off trails. was great for my dog. would give more stars if the trails were marked more clearly in some spots. very easy .

We took our 3 year old and 9 month old baby, we took the shorter hike around the lake so that our Diaghilev could have more of the water scenery. We loved it, we will be going back to fish and for another hike.

My wife and I took our 5 year old and 3 month old out for a walk here. Parking was good. The views over the lake are beautiful and the trail was a nice and simple loop.

Lived next door for most of my childhood. This park is why I love hiking. So many amazing memories. Love going back there from time to time.

Nice trail. Main drawback is the housing developments appearing along the edges of the park.

Great views of the Lake and the Falls. Lots of overgrown trees that keep the trail shaded and cool on hot days. pretty popular place though, expect lots of people and little privacy even on slow days.

Beautiful, love the lily fields

Something for everyone and a great hike for a few hours! Attempted this on a Sunday morning with a few friends but we did not complete the entire loop. We took our time admiring the display of hyacinths, wild life and soaked in the fresh, crisp air at Woodburn and Lower Falls. Make sure to visit the Camas Lilly Hill Loop. Trails along this loop can split and the trail allows you to hike upper or lower levels. Did you know the Hyacinth/Camassia is related to the asparagus?

Continue to Lower Falls. I imagine this would be the perfect place for a lunch. Beautifully terraced river with glistening stones and the bustle of families and their dogs. Ideal for people watching. There are also several luncheon locations along the trail through old growth groves, hyacinth hills, lake side docks, etc.

Great park that has a variety of paths. Short moments of incline paired with beautiful lakes and river systems!

Thar be newts here!

Took some time to explore several of the side trails and thoroughly enjoyed the hike!

Nothing really awesome here. Good for some exercise outdoors close to home. I wouldn’t travel any distance to go on this trail.

Dry and just running shoes needed. Great little hike for how close it is to town. Parking entrance was a little hard to find, passed it twice until I found it. A couple small blossoms this time of year.

hiking
1 month ago

it was beautiful and very fun trial

nice waterfalls along the trail, great cliffs along the river at spots.
really wanted to give more stars, but there needs to be more signage at the intersecting trails.
I had never been there and those trails make you lose direction.
had to ask for the right direction.

not bad at all. easy as pie with a wide trail

Easy 90 minute hike. Did this with a 40lb pack as a training course for longer hikes.

Calm beautiful walk/hike. Dog friendly and wide trails. Dogs were all leashed!

Cool place for pictures.

I love this trail. It’s beautiful and a short drive from home. It’s easy but hilly, so you can get a good work out. It has many side trails to explore.

hiking
1 month ago

Great small hike suitable to take kids.
Paths are well defined and was muddy. There are so many side trails it was difficult to choose a path at times, but a great walk!

Nice trail! Plenty of water, lake, creeks & flowing stream with several waterfalls! The trail could be better marked, but even getting off it was through pleasant surroundings! The app was the only way we knew we were going the right way! Thanks All Trails!,

Had such a nice time. Pretty flat trail. A few spots made me nervous with young kids but we just picked them up. Such a cool place! We’ll definitely be back. Ohh and there’s a playground for after!

Lots of signage.

Great easy trail to hike with my dog. There were other dogs and bikers on this trail.

Had a good walk around. The area is not well marked. Not entirely sure if I actually saw Woodburn falls but there was a huge waterfall seen from above, definitely saw lower falls which was beautiful. A bit muddy but not a big deal. It's a busy area with runners and families.

3 months ago

Did this section along with the Round Lake to Lake trail with a short side trip to Woodburn Falls. Total distance is about 5.5 miles and made for a great hike close to Portland. Signage could be better but you can’t really get lost. Varied terrain with views of fast rivers and waterfalls.

Lots of folks out, which wasn't surprising considering it was a beautiful sunny day in January. I'd like to go back to explore some more of the smaller inner trails sometime too.

Just did a quick 2 miles around part of the lake, so beautiful!!! So many different trails and routes to take, I can’t wait to go back and explore more. Definitely many people out today, and it was sprinkling so I imagine it would be extremely packed during the warmer months. So pretty though!

hiking
3 months ago

So many different paths to explore! Love it!

Love this place.

on Lacamas Lake

4 months ago

One of our favorites

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