SKINNER BUTTE PARK TRAIL
248 Cheshire Avenue, Eugene, OR 97401 Directions
Skinner Butte Park Trail is a 100 acres of property along the Willamette River just north of downtown Eugene. The park has several significant cultural resources and provides a comprehensive view of the city. It is a well-known site for rock climbing and birding, among other recreational activities. The park has over 30+ miles of river access on the paved bike path along river greenway connecting many other parks in the loop on both river banks. Skinner Butte Park Trail's sand area is a favorite spot for the residents. You can hike up multiple ways or even drive to the top to view the city in every direction.
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
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MOUNT PISGAH TRAIL
34901 Frank Parrish Road, Eugene, OR 97405 Directions
Mount Pisgah Trail is a 209-acre nature destination situated in the heart of the 2200-acre Howard Buford Recreation Area. The Arboretum has seven miles of family-friendly trails that afford free public picnic tables and areas. They have great kiddie camps and adult adventures The Arboretum has groomed paths, and a lovely venue to rent for special occasions. It offers a stunning natural retreat that is conveniently close to the cities Eugene and Springfield. The Arboretum, the visitor's center for a greater natural environment, enriches life and culture by increased awareness and appreciation of the trees and regional ecology.
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
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HENDRICKS PARK TRAIL
Summit Avenue and Skyline Boulevard, Eugene, OR 97403 Directions
Hendricks Park Trail is a 78-acre park with trails suitable for hiking, jogging, and birding. The park is a haven for hikers, birders, and others who can enjoy retreating to nature's tranquility. Its various plant collection is perhaps the most extensive in the state and a perfect place with lots of directions to walk, and you can explore both the main rhododendron gardens. The park features well-maintained paths and a beautiful park-like lawn, ideal for weddings and special occasion events. Hendricks Park Trail is one of the exact destinations for photographers to capture the park's gardens and birds.
Restrooms, Camping, Looped Path, Drinking Fountains, Electrical Outlets, Fishing, Wild Flowers, Bicycling, Walking, Birding, Shelter, Picnic Tables, Trailheads & Water Spigot