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Explore the best rated trails in Corvallis, OR. Whether you're looking for an easy walking trail or a bike trail like the Lyle Hatfield Path and Fern Ridge Path. With more than 37 trails covering 101 miles you're bound to find a perfect trail for you. Click on any trail below to find trail descriptions, trail maps, photos, and reviews.
This is a great bike trail that connects with the Dorris Ranch trail and the Middle Fork trail for a really nice loop! Lots of places for stops and quite a few restrooms. Lots of people on foot, so we have to share the path!
What could be a really pretty destination along the Amazon Creek. The City of Eugene just repaved part of the path and cut back some overgrowth so creek, ducks and the creek are more visible. Other cities I lived along a bike path and it was great because there were restaurants to stop off looking over the path that have tapas, where you could listen to music, have a beer, and I think Eugene has the opportunity to make that happen off 11th (think 5th street public market / Friendly Garden style). It's also what people see when heading to the coast coming in from the coast. Hoping we keep taking care of the beautiful nature in area and also create some increased community involvement.
This little path is a great connector for this neighborhood. It runs along a gully and is completely paved. It almost feels like two different paths that meet in the middle at Petersen Barn Park. There is also an unpaved parallel on the opposite side of the gully heading east from the park.
We live just a few blocks from this trail in Monmouth. The community uses the trail especially in the early morning & evening in the summers for jogging & cycling. It’s wide, flat & traffic-free (even tho it runs along the Highway). There is a convenient bike repair station along the trail in front of the Monmouth Police Station. Just across the highway via a well-marked crosswalk is Gentle Woods Park (named after the Gentle family) with shade, grassy fields, a small playground & footbridge across the middle fork of Ash Creek.
It’s a smooth path for the most part. It has a little bit of cracks and sometimes branches. There is a couple tents from the homeless at the beginning of the path, I’ve never had a problem so far but it’s a pretty good spot otherwise
This is an easy walk and so peaceful. It's a must do and do again.
It’s always in a great condition. A really beautiful ride through the parks and schools.
It’s such a wonderful ride, but it is ruined by the amount of homeless individuals giving you evil glares, garbage, paint, graffiti, overgrown vegetation, lumpy pavement, and a general feeling of uneasiness. The ride itself is so beautiful, but Eugene has not kept it up.
Its only 1.2 miles but its a very comfortable stroll or power walk. At its beginning "Monteith Park" is beautiful at any time of year. The Calapooia River drops into the Mighty Willamette at Monteith . From this walk you can see the backside of Albany. The trail is lined with lamp posts; its a very peaceful walk.
Parking for this trail is convenient and free at the public lot on B and 2nd St. by the skate park. The trail is all paved, well traveled, mostly flat, and only has a few minor hills. You do have to cross some streets, but the trail is designated, cared for, and safe. There was a small homeless camp in the first field we passed, but no one bothered us. The park is pretty and there was even a beaver running around munching on grass, not bothered in the least by all the passers-by stopping to photograph it. The trail also goes through some pretty residential areas. The only bumpy part was near the park, where some of the roots of the bigger trees are buckling the asphalt. It was hot, but everyone was friendly (walkers, joggers, and cyclists alike), and everyone was courteous with the space. We will definitely take this ride again.
There is a slight downhill slope on the way towards campus so be aware if you're a newbie rollerskater.
We took our seven-year-old son and nine-year-old daughter on this trail recently. There are several places where you have to cross roads, but our kids are comfortable with this type of riding, so it felt safe. It's really nice that you can stop at parks along the way for a break. We had a great time.
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