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Marshall Park Trailhead (on 12th)

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

This page shares a name with other places. For other places with the same name, see Marshall Park Trailhead.

Marshall Park Trailhead on 12th (Martell)

Contents

Hikes starting here

Fees and Regulations

  • None

Driving Directions

From the south: Take I-5 north to the Taylor's Ferry exit. Continue straight off the freeway along Taylor's Ferry Road and then turn right on Taylor's Ferry Court and then take your first right onto SW 12th Dr. Follow this road to the dead end at the park.

From the north: Take I-5 south to the Terwilliger exit. Loop to the right and cross over I-5 on Terwilliger. Continue down Terwilliger Blvd for 0.3 miles. At a large intersection with a gas station, turn right onto Taylor's Ferry Road. After 0.4 miles, you'll pass Taylor's Ferry Ct. on the left. 0.1 mile farther, turn left onto the other end of Taylor's Ferry Ct. Take your first right onto SW 12th Dr. and follow this road to the dead end at the park.

Alternatives to Driving

Reachable via Tri-Met Bus #43. Get off at Taylors Ferry Road and Taylors Ferry Court. Walk down Taylors Ferry Court and quickly turn right onto SW 12th Drive. The trailhead is at the end of 12th.

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