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Oaks Bottom Wildlife Refuge

Portland Parks & Recreation

YEH trail from Oaks Pioneer Church: .4 mile

Connector to north parking lot: .4 mile

Steps

Bluff Trail: 1.3 miles from parking to steps

Springwater Corridor Trail

This section covers Option 1, only
This section covers Option 1, only
Accessible spaces at Oaks Amusement Park
Accessible spaces at Oaks Amusement Park
Intended accessible path, but gate is locked
Intended accessible path, but gate is locked
Intended accessible path, but gate is locked
Intended accessible path, but gate is locked
Intended accessible path, curb cut across street
Intended accessible path, curb cut across street
Ramp up to underpass
Ramp up to underpass
Underpass below Springwater Corridor Trail – bike racks
Underpass below Springwater Corridor Trail – bike racks
Bollards to keep out bicycles
Bollards to keep out bicycles
Segment of trail to the Bluff Trail
Segment of trail to the Bluff Trail

Overview

Three options for getting to the Bluff Trail

Option 1: Park in the accessible parking spaces at Oaks Amusement Park, where there is an intended accessible route and crosswalk that is supposed to take one under the Springwater Corridor trail. Note that the gate is locked, so the only way to get from the parking space is to go through the driveway. This is the most direct route.

Option 2: Park in the street by Oaks Pioneer Church and use the gravel service road next to the church. This is a fallback if one can’t park at the amusement park. This adds about 1/3 mile, each way.

Option 3: Park at the north parking lot and come down the very steep paved bike path. However, if the three stone Steps pose an obstacle, one will not be able to get to the Bluff Trail. This is an option if one wants to explore other than the Bluff Trail. This adds about 1/2 mile, each way.

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