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South Eugene Meadows Trail is a 1.5 mile out and back trail located near Eugene, Oregon that offers the chance to see wildlife and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, and running.

Length 1.5 mi Elevation gain 134 ft Route type Out & Back
Kid friendly Hiking Walking Running Forest Wildlife
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Oona Badgley
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Hiking

Perfect weekday walk. Not too long, not too short. Perfect for parents with kids distance learning. Was a wee bit of poison oak though so watch out for that if you have small kids or doggies.

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Deborah Roberts
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Super smooth hike for our family. I'm a few months pregnant, and we have a three year old, so needed a gentle meander. It was exactly what we needed.

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Jamie BC
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RunningMuddy
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My family is really new to hiking. This is the third local trail we've done and it's been the easiest so far. Our kids really liked it. On the way out there's I think one, maybe two, moderately sloping hills, but most of the trail is relatively flat and/or gradually downhill. On the way back in there was one hill that made me sweat a little, but I'm not in the greatest shape. This trail begins in a residential area. The whole trail is surrounded by wide open fields and hills. It was very pretty, even during winter time. I'm sure its gorgeous in the spring. The foot path was extremely muddy and slippery in many places. A walking stick might be helpful for those who aren't steady on their feet. In most places, you can walk just off the beaten path. The ground's not as even, but it's a lot less muddy that way. The trail ends at a string of power lines and service road which extends into the hills in both directions. It's a very pretty view out there. I'm sure the service roads themselves make a fun trail. This is an easy walking trail perfect for families, especially those who are just beginning to hike!

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Sarah McLay
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Denisa Taylor
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Martie Steigleder
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Daniel McCarville
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peter newman
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Adam K
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Greg Vaughn
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Jim K
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Judy Manley
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