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The Midge Cramer Multi-Use Path begins in the east at the Benton County Fairgrounds, the site of the county's popular fair and rodeo each summer, as well as other events throughout the year. The trail is named in honor of a strong bicycle advocate who taught bicycle touring at the university and served on local and state bike commissions.
The short path ends in the west at a T-junction at the entrance to the Bald Hill Natural Area, a scenic park with acres of woodlands, wetlands and native prairie. From here, you can take the Bald Hill Multi-Modal Path south to reach Reservoir Avenue, or north to Oak Creek Drive.
From the opposite end of the trail, take the Campus Way Bike Path east to reach Oregon State University.
A parking lot is available at the Benton County Fairgrounds (110 SW 53rd Street). There are also two places to park in the Bald Hill Natural Area: at the north end of the park, off Oak Creek Drive, and at the south end of the park, off Reservoir Road.
The Midge Cramer Multi-Use Path trail starts at Corner of SW 53 St & SW Reservoir Ave. At the T junction, to the left .036 mile is Reservoir Road. To the right it goes .96 mile to a TH at NW Oak Creek Dr.Has great Country Views. You can also continue North on SW 53 St for .4 mile were refreshments are available then it runs beside NW Walnut Blvd 1.4 miles. Noel Keller 6 Jul 2014
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