Bald Hill Multi-Modal Path

Length: 1.3 miles  |  Elevation Gain: 54.8 feet  |  

Recreationists can go for miles in this beloved network of trails that offers something for everyone.  Bald Hill Farm is owned and managed by Greenbelt Land Trust, which maintains the trails in cooperation with Benton County, while Bald Hill Natural Area is managed by the City of Corvallis.

Located in Bald Hill Park, this 10 foot wide asphalt path runs along the east side of Bald Hill, connecting SW Reservoir Avenue to NW Oak Creek Drive. There is a parking lot on Oak Creek Drive and one on Reservoir Road. This multi modal trail, along with the Midge Cramer Path, provide the main access to Bald Hill Park and the many miles of soft surface trails. The East Summit Trail begins .28 miles north of the SW Reservoir Ave. parking lot. The Bald Hill Barn Trail begins .44 miles south of the NW Oak Creek Parking Lot. The trial provides views of Bald Hill and adjoining farm land and is often used by bikers, joggers, and families.

Trail description by: City of Corvallis Parks and Recreation

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