Pine Nursery Park Trail


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Pine Nursery Park Trail Facts

States: Oregon
Counties: Deschutes
Length: 1.9 miles
Trail end points: Pine Nursery Park and Deschutes Market Rd.
Trail surfaces: Asphalt
Trail category: Greenway/Non-RT
ID: 6378113

Pine Nursery Park Trail Description

The Pine Nursery Park Trail is a nearly 2 mile paved loop that meanders through a juniper forest and 158 acre community park. The trail offers vistas of the Three Sisters mountain peaks, Pilot Butte and Mt. Bachelor Butte, and it connects to both a fishing pond and a major irrigation canal. Dogs must be kept on-leash but a large off-leash area is available at the park.

The main trailhead is located at the end of a large parking lot which also serves a sports complex in the park. Drinking fountains and portable toilets are available seasonally. In addition to the paved trail, a parallel natural surface trail is available for fitness activity and mountain bikes.

Parking and Trail Access

From Bend, take the Empire exit off of US 97 and head east on Empire Avenue to its terminus at NE Purcell Boulevard. Turn left on Purcell and go approximately 0.25 mile to the Pine Nursery Park entrance (which is a shared driveway with Ponderosa Elementary School). Follow the park access road straight to the parking lot and sports complex. There is a trailhead kiosk at the east end of the parking lot, although the trail system can be accessed from a number of locations within the park.

Pine Nursery Park Trail Reviews

Many parts of paved trail is bumpy with tree roots.

Many parts of paved trail is bumpy with tree roots.

Pine Nursery Loop Trail

Very nice beginner/children/senior trail loop. Paved and mostly gentle grades, very accessible. Lots of parking in a new community park setting. Very popular for leashed dog walking, with off-leash area adjacent. Excellent sample of high desert landscape with pine/juniper forest for shade. Big turf areas also available for sports and picnicking.

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