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Miller Woods Trailhead

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

Sprawling oak near the parking area, Miller Woods (bobcat)
Nesting boxes at the trailhead, Miller Woods (bobcat)


Hikes starting here

Driving Directions

Drive I-5 south and take Exit 294 for Highway 99W, Tigard, and Newberg.

Follow Highway 99 for 14.8 miles, passing through Sherwood and turning left onto Springbrook Road in Newberg for Dundee, McMinnville, and Highway 18.

Go 1.0 miles, and turn left onto Highway 219.

Proceed another 0.2 miles, and turn right for McMinnville, Dundee, and Highway 18.

Drive 4.2 miles, and make a right for McMinnville and Highway 18 and 99W.

Drive 3.3 miles, and keep right at the intersection with the Highway 18 By-pass for Dayton and the Oregon Coast.

From here, go 7.1 miles on 99W into McMinnville and make a right onto Baker Creek Road.

Proceed 3.1 miles, passing through a roundabout, and keep straight on Orchard View Road.

After 0.1 miles, come to a Stop sign and go right on Orchard View Road.

Wind up for 1.7 miles and then turn right for Miller Woods.

Head down past a gate on gravel for 0.2 miles. Here, go right and park in the large gravel parking area.

Other Notes

  • $5 suggested donation
  • Open dawn to dusk
  • No dogs permitted
  • Port-a-potties, picnic tables, information kiosk

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