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Agnes Creek Open Space Loop is a 1.7 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Lincoln City, Oregon that features a great forest setting 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.

Length 1.7 mi Elevation gain 206 ft Route type Loop

Dogs on leash

Kid friendly

Hiking

Walking

Forest

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Lindsey Parker
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Walking

Nice woodsy walk. It's great to have some nature trails right in the middle of the neighborhood. There was a tiny bit of incline in the northern portion that I walked, so it's not flat but not at all difficult.

Sasha Brown
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Eh. It was easy but not well marked.

Mathew Hilgers
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Hiking

Open trail. Decent views. Must do during dry time of year otherwise lots of mud

Andrea Bartell
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CLOSED for COVID 19

Jackie Schram
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Hiking

very easy. multiple short trails. no big views but pretty trees

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N Blac
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Hiking

its pretty enouff, I wouldent go out of my way to hit this trail but since i live here and it makes my walk to work much faster.

PhLo M
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Hiking
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There are two parts to Agnes Creek Open Space, North and South. Each has its own parking lot and trailhead, but they are a stone's throw apart, and there is a connecting trail. It's easier to park at the north trailhead since it doesn't have a steep driveway like the south. Let's be honest, this isn't the most beautiful trail ever. In fact, it looks like the aftermath of a logging excursion. Most of the trees have their lower limbs removed, and there isn't much growing under the trees. If you are looking for a scenic trail near the beach, this is not it. If you live in the area and want to go for a walk to get some exercise, this might be for you. Unless the creek is seasonal, the name is misleading. There is a ravine where a creek could be, but it was completely dry when I visited. Give this trail another decade, and maybe some new growth will fill in and make it more attractive. Even so, I always hope such spaces remain open and natural, as it's a shame when towns and cities have no such areas within their limits. Concrete jungles are no substitute.

Cari B
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Hiking
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Michael Hatfield
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Ben Goodlad
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Melissa Kora
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Jill Wiley
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Lea L.
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Josh Mann
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PhLo M
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