Summary: Shareing its trail head with the Plunkett Creek Trail head on the north end of a long wooden bridge across from the picnic area turn left at the trail head sign and enjoy a lovely walk among the trees.
Trailhead: Travel west from I-5 at exit 228 on HWY 34 the Lebanon / Corvallis HWY towards Corvallis at 9.4 miles west of exit 228 intersection take the Corvallis bypass at the stop lights. Head toward the Oregon Coast and Philomath on 34 west. Drive through Philomath on Maine St. continue west on the west side of Philomath stay on HWY 20 west toward Toledo and Newport. At 11 miles west of the Corvaills bypass intersection turn north onto HWY 223 the Kings Valley RD. Heading towards Wren and Kings Valley. At 4.7 miles come to the Beazell Memorial Forest. Park in the parking lot. Hike through the picnick grounds to the dual trail head. (Lat:44.65222 Lon:-123.42542)
Trail Guides for Bird Loop Trail:
Best Seasons: Year-Round
User Groups: Hikers, Dogs, Bikes, Horses,
Ranger Contact: Benton County Parks Department 766-6871
Localhikes Reporter: This hike was submitted by Tom Holden, who has posted 5 other hikes on this site
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Reviewed by TR on 7/15/2010
Nice trail, good variety of scenery, the only birds we saw other than Robins were in the first 100 feet of the trail? Thewre are two other trails in the same park, the plunkett creek is better than this one
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