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Marshall Park Trailhead (on 18th)

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

The wide pullout on 18th Place, Marshall Park (bobcat)

Contents

Hikes starting here

Fees, Facilities, etc.

  • Park open 5:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m.
  • Dogs on leash
  • Playground, picnic tables, port-a-potty at the 12th Drive Trailhead

Driving Directions

From the north:

Take I-5 south to Exit 296A for Barbur Boulevard.

Turn right after exiting onto Barbur Boulevard, and drive 100 yards.

Turn right onto SW Spring Garden Street, and proceed 0.3 miles.

Make a right onto SW 17th Avenue, and go another 0.3 miles.

Turn right onto Taylors Ferry Road, and drive about 100 yards.

Turn left onto SW 18th Place, and drive 0.2 miles before pulling into a large pullout area on the left before the junction with SW Collins Court.

From the south:

Take I-5 north to Exit 295 for Taylors Ferry Road.

Come to a Stop sign after exiting, and continue straight for 0.7 miles on Taylors Ferry Road.

Turn right onto SW 18th Place, and drive 0.2 miles before pulling into a large pullout area on the left before the junction with SW Collins Court.

Alternatives to Driving

Tri-met Bus #43 runs along Taylors Ferry Road. There are stops one block before and after 18th Place. Walk down 18th Place for 350 yards to the trailhead.


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