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

hiking
3 days ago

Surprising trail with a nice reward at the end. Trail is mostly flat with a slight incline at the falls. We hiked between 2-3PM when the sun is on the falls and makes better pictures. The wildflowers were awesome along with hundreds of butterflies. Don't miss this one at Crater Lake NP.

Short, flat stroll while viewing the pinnacles.

Fun little hike. Pretty. Short, but fairly steep so I felt like I got some exercise, too.

Still closed above the bridge.

road biking
6 days ago

Really appreciate this path on my commute to work.

off road driving
8 days ago

The trail is still closed but we got a chance to view the falls, amazing view.

8 days ago

Easy hike in a beautiful old growth forest.

I walk/hike this quite often. I prefer the Boring Trail Head to Gresham area. Once you get past Gresham, heading towards Portland, there is a severe homeless problem that needs to be addressed. Be prepared to dodge bikers, as it's a very popular route. If you want a less traveled trail, you can get on the Cazadero Trail heading south from Boring. It's about 6 miles round trip. More secluded as you travel farther in the Deep Creek canyon area.

Very nice trail. Quite a lot of people, so we didn’t get too close to the actual waterfall. The flowers were all in full bloom and the butterflies were plentiful. It was a simple hike with a fantastic waterfall and a rushing brook as well.

An explosion of wildflowers and butterflies! The walk to the falls is on a wide, flat hard-packed gravel trail appropriate for almost all ages and abilities. Even a person being pushed in a wheelchair can go all the way up to the falls. The forest is pleasant and fragrant but ordinary. Then come the falls! We were there in mid-July and the wildflowers were spectacular—over a dozen kinds covering the creek banks in profusion. A hundred (or so) tiny blue butterflies were drinking from puddles on the path and anyone who reached down soon had a butterfly or two on their fingers. The falls are lovely, too (If you have an iPhone, take a Live Photo and convert it to long exposure!). Definitely worth taking a picnic or guitar or drawing pad and spending some time at this beautiful destination. Mosquitos are abundant. No bathroom at trailhead or anywhere on the trail.

A very pleasant walk through the drier forest up to the wetter areas and then the waterfall. Some moderate parts but not strenuous at all - we walked it in well less than an hour, including a good stop at the falls. Definitely recommend wearing insect repellent, as the mosquitoes are relentless. Also look out for the tiny butterflies on the ground near the stop for the waterfall at the end of the trail! Several of them had been squished which was quite sad to see.

It’s as easy and nice as it gets. Walk along the beach or promenade until it ends. Even with lots of people there’s plenty of space. Very enjoyable!

Good walk and talk. Trail wide enough to walk doubles almost the whole time. Strolled in the evening and had the trails to ourselves. Pretty flowers, views, fields, and wildlife. Saw hawks, osprey, duck families, and a big ass crane. Lost trail at the end but was easy to reroute back to the car via the gravel road.

nature trips
14 days ago

For a moment away from the city and yet in the city...this is the place! We like to bike this trail in late May/June when the ponds are hopping with life. There's so many places to take a moment and enjoy the life around yoh!!

I enjoyed the observatory and learned a lot.
I would remove this detail "features beautiful wild flowers" from the description. There are no flowers, lava only.

Sooooo pretty! Even ground, well maintained path.

when will this be open ???

Went on a Thursday late morning. Hike was beautiful and easy. The springs had only a few other people there. Tubs were kind of gross and I wish I’d had water shoes, but we still enjoyed it. The ranger at the trailhead told us to keep going a half mile to a waterfall, which we did after the springs and I’m sooo glad we did. Just a smaller fall with a small pool. The water was freezing but we had so much fun hanging out there.

The bridge is the best part of this park. Otherwise, the trials need maintenance and the whole park needs better signage.

hiking
18 days ago

Nice stroll on our way to Crater Lake from Medford, the paved trail along the Rogue Gorge was formed by collapsing lava tubes from Mt. Mazama. Nice trees, interpretive signs, and a raging river that creates a nice cool breeze is worth a quick stop.

This is our most frequented hiking spot, it's beautiful from beginning to end.

hiking
23 days ago

Beautiful easy trail, very well maintained, included several educational signs about some of the plant life, easy access, I would recommend.

We do this hike every year, always go early in the AM to avoid people. The hike is easy and a beautiful walk. We have taken our kids as young as 3 and they walked the whole way there and back.

Great park. Very pretty. Daughter and I hiked around for an hour today.

Bring bug spray. Lots of mosquitos. Relatively flat easy hike, nice fall at the end.

I’m grateful I did this hike last year when I was able to. It wasn’t in my original plan, to do this hike but to hear, it’s closed, I’m so happy I did. The trial is mostly up hill not too bad let’s just say I made it up and that’s all that matters. Once at the top it all worth it and I was all smiles. I saw an eagles nest on the way down, chipmunks, got chance to taste the water, and the upper view of the waterfall was simply Amazing. When it opens back up I will definitely do it again.

walked 3 miles with my 10 year old tonight and we're going back tomorrow! love how beautiful and well maintained this park is!

Pretty easy going, I was able to make the full circuit (apparently took a couple of shortcuts since I did 4.8 miles instead of 5.1) and I am not the most fit person in the world.

Beautiful views of the rolling hills and farmlands, with a bit of the way though woods. Great part for me is the nearness to my home.

Saw a deer, 2 snakes, and lots of birds and ducks.

hiking
27 days ago

Super familiar park for me. It's not a place to get solitude, but it is a great place to hang out or get exercise. The trails are varied, and some are less populated. There's often some kind of event going on, and there are many areas for kids to enjoy as well as adults. Though I've probably hiked every trail over the years, now that I have a GPS, I guess I'll do it all again while painting cyan lines on the map.

road biking
27 days ago

I bike commute this trail often. While the trail is nice, and the open meadows are beautiful, you will also pass between the Mill Race "creek" and some factories that aren't the most pleasant

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