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Homan Road Trailhead

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

At the equestrian trailhead (but park back along Homan Road!) (bobcat)

Contents

Hikes starting here

Driving Directions

Drive I-84 east to Exit 17 for Marine Drive and Troutdale. Go straight at the first traffic light for 0.5 miles.

Turn right onto 257th Drive at the next traffic light for Troutdale and Mt. Hood Community College, and drive 2.8 miles to Division Street. Make a left here. The roads are signposted for Oxbow Park from this intersection.

Drive 1.2 miles to a Stop sign and keep straight on Division Drive.

After 1.5 miles, the road curves right and becomes S.E. Oxbow Drive.

In 2.2 miles, come to an intersection. Keep straight here on Homan Road.

Drive 0.5 miles and park along the shoulder of the road before you get to the deadend (There are No Parking signs at the end of the road; this area is for offloading horses).

Note: The Homan Road Trailhead is the official equestrian trailhead for Oxbow Regional Park and it can be cluttered with big rigs and trailers on summer weekends.


Other Notes

  • No pets in the park
  • Park open 6:30 a.m. to sunet
  • Restrooms, picnic areas and campground down along the Sandy River

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