Jackson-Frazier Boardwalk

Length: 0.67 miles  |  Elevation Gain: 3.0 feet  |  
  • Trail System: Jackson-Frazier Boardwalk
  • Trailhead(s): Jackson-Frazier Boardwalk (Get Directions), Jackson-Frazier Boardwalk (Get Directions)
  • Season: Year-round
  • Hours: Daylight

This boardwalk provides access to the Jackson-Frazier Wetland. Interpretive signage describes area ecology.

Located northeast of Corvallis at the north end of Lancaster Street, the wetland was established as a Benton County Park in 1992, to protect the natural features of the area and allow for education, research and public use. Open throughout the year, a 3400 foot long accessible, wooden boardwalk (2/3 of a mile long) winds through the wetland, allowing visitors to see many plant communities and habitats. Interpretive signs explain different aspects of the park's natural history and watershed.

Trail description by: Benton County Natural Areas & Parks Department

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