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Mike Miller Park

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No. of Reviews: 2

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Trail Directions
Go about 2 miles south of the Yaquina Bay Bridge and turn left at the sign that says Mike Miller Park. A short drive to the trailhead.
Trail Length
About 10 miles
Trail Level
Trail Type
Fire Roads
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Review Date
July 17, 2000

Overall Rating
 2 of 5

Ridden Trail:
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Reviewed by: Brian , from Tigard

When we rode this trail, we found two different areas to ride. There is a nature trail that makes for a good time (we saw no posting for no bikes)...pretty technical with some that is nearly impossible, but it is very short (maybe two miles). The rest of the area is under development-can't tell yet what they're building. Saying that this is mostly gravel roads is a terrible understatement. We found very little single track, and most of what we did find dead-ended or was so overgrown that you couldn't ride it. It's quite possible that we didn't find the same area that the previous reviewer did because of the construction, but what we had to ride was pretty darn boring. Changing a pinch flat was the highlight of the ride! I give it two tires only because we had an OK time on the nature trail.

Recommended Route:
Other directions are adequate.

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Review Date
April 13, 2000

Overall Rating
 4 of 5

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Reviewed by: BigEric33 , from Newport, OR, USA

This is a very cool trail but it might be hard for beginners because there are some steep hills. Other wise it is one of the best rides I have ever been on!

Recommended Route:
About 2 miles south of the bridge. Look for the Mike Miller Park sign. Follow the gravel road until you get to a place where you can park. Ride past the gate. The trail makes an 11 mile loop.

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