Tumalo Creek Trail is a 5.2 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Bend, Oregon that features a river and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, running, and nature trips and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length5.2 miElevation gain193 ftRoute typeOut & back
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Madison Meckel
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Hiking

the trails were a little confusing to follow, but overall a nice easy walk.

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H Bruce Smith
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Melchor Herrera
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Hiking

was a great first snow hike trails in great condition. shxx ton of fun

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Gayle Boulware
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Hiking

Nice, easy 4.5mi out and back. Lovely creek and wetland views with lots of waypoints/benches/picnic tables along the way.

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Laurie Katz
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Hiking

Wonderful walk, easy to follow trail and abundant shade trees. Would highly recommend for an easy get away.

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Andrew Alabise
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Hiking

Nice, easy hike with some off-shoots which allow you to look at the creek. Finely crushed stone/dirt path which is easy to walk on. Other than the creek, a lot of trees and field to look at. Moderately trafficked as of today 9/19/20 (first clear day after all the smoke). If you’re looking for a moderate length, easy trail, this is the one for you. Enjoy!

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Kristan Linehan
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Hiking

Easy, breezy, beautiful desert trail.

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Nae .
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Extremely hard to bring a jogger stroller, would definitely recommend a hiking backpack for kiddos. Beautiful trail, 7 miles round trip I believe. Lots of unstable ground + rocks. Some spots have shade, most are open to the elements.

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Jason Ford
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Hiking

Not this trail. Nice bike ride along Tumalo Creek Trail

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David Palma
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This trail is very easy and can be done even in the winter time. Beware of the photos with Tumalo Falls, as this trail would not be the start to the falls unless you want to hike roughly 20 miles one way. Extremely fresh, lots of use, peaceful, medium traffic, along the river depending on your choice.

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Kirah Bernard
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Hiking

This was a really easy trail to hike. The path was clear and there was plenty of places to stop and look at the creek. It was a nice summer day when we went and there was still lots of shade and good places for kids to play. Would recommend!

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Phillip Wilson
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Hiking

great hike for kids and dogs, very busy but lots of picnic tables and well maintained trails.

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AllTrails User
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Adam Mandel
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Hiking

Nice flat hike along Tumalo creek. Several Bridges. Nice spots to take in the sights and sounds of the creek. We hiked in on Tumalo Creek Trail and out on Shevlin loop which runs on a ridge above the creek. Very nice. As a bit of information, this is not the route to Tumalo Falls which is between 10-15 miles away and is accessed by vehicle.

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Lori Jeter
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Hiking

A little snowy/icy still today but it’s beautiful. I hit the end and then took Shevlin Park Loop over the bridge and up to the ridge that comes back down by the parking area. Very nice!!

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Bryan Chin
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Hiking

Connected this with the Shevlin Loop trail to complete the circuit.

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John Stilbert
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It's the closest trail to my house, so it's my go-to whenever I need my "nature fix".

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Laura Gabriel
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Hiking

great easy walking path, really fun if you want to enjoy the fall colors. however, reiterating what others have said - this trail does NOT take you to the Tumalo Falls. This trail is basically a walk through Shevlin Park. Still very nice!

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Becca Lane
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Running

Great trail for walking, running, biking, picnicking. Mostly nestled along the water, and surrounded by trees. Tons of butterflies and little critters, and not as many people as I was expecting to see. My only disappointment is that hike does NOT, I repeat, does NOT lead to a waterfall. After asking a few people I came across, it sounds like the waterfall is a few miles past the end of the trail. Still a great experience though!

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Halley Eastman
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Nice easy trail. Beautiful views.

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Bret Mishler
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The loop is more like 5.5 miles

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Linda Clark
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Loved the trail. Well tended. Scenery lovely. Only downside was that a forest fire had ravaged the area decades ago: (darn those poorly smothered campfires). But Reforestation, the beauty of the Tumalo Falls, creek restoration, the people, (well handled by their canines) and light mosquito protection (light clothing) made our hike great. Waltz

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Daniel Franks
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Hiking

Hike was okay, nothing spectacular.

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Anne Christmas-Dale
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Hiking

Really good, clean, mostly flat trail. Great first hike getting back into the swing of things. Well travelled. We went in the afternoon and many people were on the trail.

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Kim Balsama
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Easy peasy

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Rhonda Reeves
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Hiking

Nature is so beautiful on this trail! We hiked up to the falls and higher up got to hike in the snow! Lower trail next just fresh air and scenery. Very family friendly, parking not great fills up fast a lot of cars parking on road and instead. Very happy pets on trails too!

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Bee Dominguez
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I have done this trail three times!! Beautiful ending but the scenery is not the best in Bend during the hike.

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Isela Luna
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Hiking

I went during the winter/snow time so the road was closed. The majority of the hike is on a pretty wide road, took both my german shepherds off leash the entire hike (they are very friendly). Easy hike, defiantly family friendly.

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Joe and Kikki Avila
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Hiking

Absolutely stunning. The falls did not disappoint.

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