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Willamette Mission State Park

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Paved, woodchips, and some great dirt singletrack on the far SW end of the park. There's actually a pretty long trail system here with lots of trails that interlink. All flat and fast, just watch out for the horses (which is what the dirt trails are there for) and the deep sand in some of the low spots.
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Review Date
July 30, 2009

Overall Rating
 3 of 5

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 2 of 5

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Ridden Trail:
Once a week

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Reviewed by: freeflypilot ,  Weekend Warrior

Just to clarify the location, the park is about 6 miles due N. of Keizer off Wheatland Rd. and there's plenty of signs. If you don't have a State Park permit and are too cheap to pay the $3, you can park by the road leading down to the ferry and enter the park from the N. end. This is a great spot for fast dirt singletrack and as long as you're there in the mornings or on weekdays the horses are rarely a factor and you can blast the trails at will.

Recommended Route:
The dirt singletrack is all on the far SW end of the park and shown on the map as horse trails, but the park rangers have no issues with Mtn biking, just make sure you share the trail!

Other recommended trails in the same area:
Minto Brown State Park

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