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

road biking
8 days ago

Really appreciate this path on my commute to work.

road biking
30 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

hiking
1 month ago

Only did part of this one today...It didn't like my GPS. Better area to ride than hike. Did way too many flat hikes today in the area...

Nice little trail along the canal. Enjoyed sharing it with the ducks, geese, heron and even a fox... The fox has a den out in the meadow.

hiking
1 month ago

Nice peaceful area with a lot of history. Enjoyed seeing the filbert orchards and the river.

Not a trail.... It's a walk on the road. Looked all over.... Drove a loop of about 10 miles for nada. Don't go.

Easy? Where? This is harder than Spencer’s and Pisgah. Definitely higher than east.

Very easy at the start and well marked trail. It does have a lot of turns. Mostly shaded with a couple spots that are more in the open. It connects to Spine Trail and it starts to get steeper. A marker indicates trail end ahead once you start spine. I walked another couple turns and stopped. Not sure if it is completed or not.

Very nice. Calm, quiet, peaceful.

Lovely, easy walk on a level paved path through the trees by the river bank . It was not heavily trafficked on the Sunday afternoon that I was there, but there were enough people for a single woman to feel comfortable walking alone. The park offers a Frisbee Golf course which is fun for all ages.

If you go past the trail end to the service road it changes to moderate for beginners due to the incline. No views at the top of service area. Right now Spine trail is closed but it looked like there would be views there. Will come back and try again.

Well maintained trail with birds chirping and scurrying chipmunks.

It's a nice trail. If you are looking for a place with lots of zig zags and a lot of up hill action, this is the place!

This is a decent path, not trail. It begins at Dorris ranch on the main trail that you follow to the river, through the orchards and forest. Once you meet with the main "path" it is a wide newly poured concrete walk. It is clean and nice, and it follows the river, with scenic views and a few benches for relaxing. It is more of a Sunday walk path and not much of a hike. Still beautiful though and nice to get down to the river without having to drive out of town.

Great with the kids. Long but very moderate

Great hike! Even my 3 y/o and 6 y/o had fun and made it the whole way!

Nice trail, wide, gravelled, but quite steep. Great view from the top!

This was a good hike. It was a little steep, but the trail was wide and well maintained. It wasn't overly crowded for an early Spring day - with some light Oregon drizzle - and people had dogs, on leash. We loved the view from the top, and the shady deciduous trees were nice. But 1000 ft elevation gain in about two miles is a bit steep.

Well marked and an easy zigzag trail. It ends at a dirt road that you can continue on, and another trail that hasn’t been graveled starts after a little while down the road. It’s a beautiful and easy hike, great for dogs and kids.

Can't wait for this to be finished. It'll also have a downhill mountain biking trail beside it that's currently still under construction

nice wide gravel trail that switchbacks through the trees. trail is still under construction as of 1.14.18 so it just ends at a muddy road. can't wait for it to be finished and connect to the other side. think I may have found my alternative to Spencers butte without having to drive as far.

This trail, if you do the whole thing is actually more like 10.5 miles out and back or 5.3 miles one way. The top spine section is super muddy though so don’t wear your pretty sneakers or just cut through next to the trail out of the mud. Still doable but better in dry weather. The back side has nice views on the way down.

Hi this is a short, mostly flat walk. On trail/ pathway that is not always maintained. Nice views of the river, woods and park.
There are a couple spots to park your car free if you are only going to be half hour or less. This area is the "Rest Stop" instead of the entire day use park.
Also, this is Hendricks Wayside Park and Hendricks Bridge.
Hayden Bridge is on the Camp Creek Rd./Marcola Rd corner. (10 or so miles downriver from Hendricks.)

I walk my dog here go around twice. It's on the McKenzie river. Rarely run into people. It's a walk not a hike

It's paved all the way. A negative for a walker or pounding the pavement. I can't wait to ride a bike in this path. It is another rather remote location with iffy people encounters. Just gong go it alone and don't leave valuables in car. Follows the willamette.

Great for a stroll. Amongst the filberts and the willamette river. I have walked it alone and don't feel safe. A lot of homeless, and sketchy people in well wooded area. It's beautiful though I just walk with a friend. Always.

It's a nice walk along the river. Very peaceful.

Trail looked closed when we arrived and/or taken over by people living there. Trash and toilet paper everywhere. Not recommended.

Wednesday, July 12, 2017

Beautiful and scenic. Great for walks or easy running.

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