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Tarbell Trailhead

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

Parking at the Tarbell Trailhead (bobcat)
Information kiosk at the Tarbell Trailhead (bobcat)


Hikes starting here

Regulations or restrictions, etc

  • Discover Pass required
  • Restrooms, picnic area, information kiosk
  • Share trail with mountain bikes and horses
  • Areas along the Tarbell Trail are sometimes logged; obey detours and warning signs; expect logging traffic on week days

Driving Directions

Drive I-5 north to Exit 11 for Battle Ground and Highway 502E.

Keep right after 0.2 miles (bearing left takes you to a Rest Area) and, in another 0.6 miles, merge right with Highway 502E for Battle Ground.

Drive 5.9 miles into Battle Ground, and turn left at a traffic light for Highway 503N, Amboy, and Yacolt.

Stay on this road, also called the Lewisville Highway, for 5.7 miles and then turn right onto NE Rock Creek Road for Pomeroy Farm, Lucia Falls, and Moulton Falls.

Keep on this road, which becomes NE Lucia Falls Road, for 8.6 miles, and turn right onto NE Sunset Falls Road.

Go 2.1 miles on this winding paved road and turn right onto NE Dole Valley Road.

Go 2.4 miles on this road and then make left onto signed Road L1100 (road number also painted on a tree).

Keep on this gravel road for 2.2 miles and turn right at a junction. There is parking and a restroom on the left for the Tarbell Picnic Area and Trailhead.


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