Canemah Pioneer Cemetery

MODERATE 16 reviews
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Canemah Pioneer Cemetery is a 1.6 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Oregon City, Oregon that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, nature trips, and birding and is best used from March until October.

DISTANCE
1.6 miles
ELEVATION GAIN
200 feet
ROUTE TYPE
Loop

kid friendly

birding

hiking

nature trips

views

wild flowers

muddy

over grown

rocky

private property

historic site

no dogs

hiking
1 month ago

Very easy, well marked trail. Completed this with my 2.5 year old, and she handled it like a champ. The only drawback is there is A LOT of poison oak around, so be on the lookout and don't let your little ones touch any of the surrounds plants.

3 months ago

Great hike on an historic old one lane road thats covered in moss.(barefootin it)
The lane is very pretty.
It leads to the historic cemetary that is private with fencing around it.
from there you can hike over to the other trails that go up the hill.
best to take the Slide trail from the spot you come to the main trail. its a road. go the trail off of it again, as the other way it is a very steep rise you would rather walk down than up.
just a warning.

8 months ago

Hidden gem!!! I’ve lived near by for over two years, and never knew this was there. With 3 kids it’s hard to find places that all of us enjoy, and this place works for parent and kids alike. They park/playground is amazing and looks very new! Will definitely go back!

11 months ago

This trail is ok, and the cemetery is actually on private property. The cemetery was gated and locked when I was there. A lot of history in the area and that was very interesting. Beware of the poison oak as it is everywhere out here.

hiking
Thursday, June 29, 2017

I hiked here with my dad's dog BB and although we loved it and enjoyed exploring all the trails connected to this one, this page needs to be updated because there are signs saying no dogs allowed on the trails. We got around it by taking a trail that didn't have that sign right in front of it, but the Canemah Bluff and connecting trails don't allow dogs anymore. No one said anything so we didn't care, but All Trails might want to update their info just so people don't go out there with dogs and have to leave them in the car or go back home because they were misinformed.

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