- Willamette Mission is one of the most significant and beautiful historic sites in the Willamette Valley. The park occupies land where the first mission for American Indians was founded in 1834 by the Reverend Jason Lee. Members of the Methodist Mission were later active in the formation of Oregon
Reviewer's Rating = 4 Date of Trip: 7/6/2009 Trailhead easy to find, lots of parking (fee $3) or access from across the river, park free and take the ferry across (free f...from trails.com
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 ...from mtbr.com
Descriptions from the Web
Nine miles north of Salem. Tread: paved bike path for 3.6 miles, singletrack for 3.8 miles. Hazards: Equestrians use the Park frequently; give horses and their riders plenty of room and warning. Watch for other trail users. Water may cover the trail.
TO TRAILHEAD: I-5 S to exit 263; R onto Brooklake Rd. NE. In 1.7 mi., R onto Wheatland Rd. N. Follow signs into park, then leave car @ wildlife viewing parking lot on R.