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Maple Creek Road Trailhead

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

At the trailhead, Maple Creek Road (bobcat)


Hikes starting here

Driving Directions

Drive Highway 26 west and take Exit 57 for Glencoe Road and North Plains.

Turn left onto Glencoe Road after exiting and drive 1.4 miles.

Make a right onto Zion Church Road, which becomes Cornelius/Schefflin Road, and drive 3.8 miles before coming to a roundabout.

Go right at the roundabout for Forest Grove via Verboort Road. In 0.5 miles, you’ll come to another roundabout.

Here drive around and go south on Martin Road for Forest Grove. Drive 1.9 miles and come to a T-junction with Highway 47, where you turn left.

In 0.4 miles, come to the major crossroads with Pacific Avenue, where you keep straight.

Continue straight for 15.0 miles, passing through Gaston, and turn right onto Pike Road when you reach Yamhill.

Head west on this road for 8.3 miles (Pike Road becomes Turner Creek Road) until the road becomes gravel.

Keep on the road for another 4.9 miles, passing through a white gate and noting half-mile markers on trees. At a fork in the road, go right on Road 1-6-36.0.

Keep left at the next junction, and drive 4.3 miles along the north shore of Barney Reservoir.

After the reservoir, keep straight at a fork and proceed 1.7 miles to turn right at a junction (This is Sunday Creek Road).

Drive 0.8 miles and turn right on a logging spur (Maple Creek Road). Go 0.6 miles down the edge of a clearcut to a pullout on the right side of the road.

Other Notes

  • There is active logging in the area. Be aware of road closures and logging operations. It's better to travel the forest roads on weekends.

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