Cazadero Trail

Oregon

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Cazadero Trail Facts

States: Oregon
Counties: Clackamas
Length: 4.4 miles
Trail end points: Across the street from Boring Station Trailhead Park (Boring) and Goose Creek (Barton)
Trail surfaces: Gravel
Trail category: Rail-Trail
ID: 6055682

Cazadero Trail Description

Cazadero Trail is currently completed in two disconnected segments that total just over 4 miles in the southeastern outskirts of Portland. In the future, the rail-trail is planned to stretch farther southeast, running through Eagle Creek and ending at Estacada.

The first segment begins in the community of Boring, only a short distance from the Springwater Corridor, an inductee in the Rail-Trail Hall of Fame. From there, the Cazadero Trail follows the former Oregon Water Power and Railway Company corridor for 2.8 miles along the wooded North Fork Deep Creek to Barton.

About a half mile farther south, another completed portion of the trail picks up at Bakers Ferry Road in Barton and runs 1.6 miles to end near Goose Creek, paralleling highway 224.

Parking and Trail Access

A parking lot is available at the northern end of the trail, near the intersection of Clackamas-Boring Highway No. 174 and SE Richey Road.

Cazadero Trail Reviews

Enjoyed Running

s

I have run from the Eagle Creek trestle to Suttle Road and back and then today I ran from Barton to the Eagle Creek trestle connecting the two trails by way of highway 224. I look forward adding the leg from Boring to Barton. I too wished the gaps were filled in but if I can find work arounds then I will. I can’t wait until the trail goes all the way to Estacada.

Not very rewarding

s

This is an odd trail. It runs from Barton to the Eagle Creek trestle with large gaps (no trail) in between. Even without the gaps it essentially goes from nowhere to nowhere all with the sound of highway traffic in the background. This could be a nice and useful trail if the gaps were eliminated and if the trail continued into Estacada.
I use this trail because it is in my neighborhood but I would not recommend it to anybody who has to travel to the trailhead.

Nice easy trail

s

My family enjoyed this nice walk though we only did the side that runs along hwy 224

Great Hike to Start the Year

s

Nice level even ground, gravel path, our two terriers enjoyed the hike. We are working our way into backpacking this trail was great for trying out our packs. Easy to find trail head and parking was easy as well.

Accordion

Pleasant enough

s

We started in Boring and then walked for 2.5 miles and walked back. Through woods on flat crushed gravel as advertised.

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