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Camp Adair Trailhead

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

Trailhead for the Lake Trail, E.E. Wilson Wildlife Area (bobcat)
Entrance, Camp Adair Memorial Garden, E.E. Wilson Wildlife Area (bobcat)


Hikes starting here

Driving Directions

The directions include a stop at the ODFW office to get a parking permit.

Drive I-5 south and take Exit 234B for Highway 99E and Albany.

After 1.2 miles, keep right for the City Center and Corvallis.

In 1.0 miles, turn right for Highway 20, the City Center and Corvallis, bearing right on S.E. Lyon St.

Drive through downtown Albany and over the Willamette River bridge and out of town, going 5.6 miles and then making a right turn onto N.E. Granger Avenue.

Drive 2.5 miles on Granger to the intersection with Highway 99W.

Turn right here onto Highway 99W, and drive 3.0 miles.

Turn right here on Vandenburg Avenue for the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife and go 0.1 miles. Then turn right into the parking lot for the Fish and Wildlife Offices to get your permit.

Return to Highway 99W and drive north another 2.2 miles, passing Milepost 74, before turning right onto Camp Adair Road.

Proceed 0.6 miles and turn left into a parking area at Monument Park.

Other Notes

  • $10 day-use parking permit (not available on site)
  • Dogs on leash
  • Port-a-potty at Angler’s Pond; restrooms near trailhead
  • Open dawn to dusk

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