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Riverside Trailhead (Milo McIver State Park)

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

At the Riverside Trailhead, Milo McIver State Park (bobcat)

Contents

Hikes starting here

Driving Directions

Drive I-205 south and take Exit 13 for Milwaukie and Estacada.

After exiting, turn right and drive 2.1 miles to make a left at the traffic light onto Highway 212/224.

Proceed 1.6 miles, and turn right onto Highway 224 for Carver and Estacada.

Drive 1.1 miles into Carver, and keep right on Market Road for Springwater Road, Carver Park, and McIver Park.

Go 0.2 miles to cross the Clackamas River, and turn left onto Springwater Road.

Continue 9.2 miles on Springwater Road, and then make a left turn onto South Entrance Road for Milo McIver State Park.

Go 0.1 miles to the park entrance kiosk and pay the day-use fee.

From the fee station, continue 0.4 miles to a junction, where you need to keep right for the Riverbend Day Use Area.

Keep going for 0.5 miles, passing the Milo McIver Memorial Viewpoint, and come to a Stop sign.

Stay straight at the Stop sign and go 0.6 miles to turn left into the extensive Riverside Day Use parking area.

Other Notes

  • $5 day-use fee
  • Dogs on leash
  • Share some trails with horses and mountain bikes
  • Campground, restrooms, picnic areas, boat launches, horse training course


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