Best Hiking Trails in Eugene

Expert recommended Top 3 Hiking Trails in Eugene, Oregon. All of our hiking trails face a rigorous 50-Point Inspection, which includes customer reviews, history, complaints, ratings, satisfaction, trust, cost and general excellence. You deserve only the best!


248 Cheshire Avenue, Eugene, OR 97401 Directions

Since 1914

Kalapuya Summer Dwelling, Climbing, Ball Fields, Spray Play, Fishing, Walking, Looped Path, Public Art, Sand Play, Trailheads, Picnic Tables, Nature Trails, Water Spigot, Rock Climbing, Play Area, Water Spigot, Jogging, Community Garden, Recreation Center, Parking Lot & Off Street Bike

100 acres of property along the Willamette River just north of downtown Eugene. It includes such noteworthy features as Skinner Butte, the Columns climbing area, RiverPlay Discovery Playground, Campbell Senior Center and Lamb Cottage. Skinner Butte Park itself is a unique historical resource. The park includes historical monuments, a rock wall popular with climbers, a rose garden and miles of cycling paths. Two regional play areas near the waterfront, linked by the River Bank Trail


Mon - Sun 6:00 am - 11:00 pm

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34901 Frank Parrish Road, Eugene, OR 97405 Directions

Since 1973

Fishing, Beach, Wild Flowers, Trail Running, Wildlife, Mountain Biking, Road Biking, Walking, Birding, Dogs on Leash, Kid Friendly, Lake, Nature Trips, Wheelchair Friendly & Picnic Area

A 209-acre living tree museum. Its riverside trails, quiet paths through evergreen forests, water garden teeming with life, bright wildflower meadows, and open views across oak savannas delight all ages. Offers a beautiful natural retreat that is conveniently close to downtown Eugene and Springfield. The visitor hub for a larger natural area, the Arboretum enriches lives and community by growing understanding and appreciation of trees and showcasing regional ecology

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Mon - Sun 6:00 am - 7:00 pm

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Summit Avenue and Skyline Boulevard, Eugene, OR 97403 Directions

Since 2000

Restrooms, Camping, Looped Path, Drinking Fountains, Electrical Outlets, Fishing, Wild Flowers, Bicycling, Walking, Birding, Shelter, Picnic Tables, Trailheads & Water Spigot

Its 80 acres includes a world-renowned rhododendron garden and a native plant garden. The park is a haven for hikers, birders, and others who enjoy retreating to the tranquility of nature. Visitors can walk among 200-year-old Douglas fir trees, ferns, and wildflowers such as trilliums and irises, and over 6,000 varieties of rhododendrons and other ornamental plants


Mon - Sun 6:00 am -10:00 pm

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