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Warrior Point Trailhead

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

Trailhead, Warrior Rock Trail, Sauvie Island (bobcat)
Warrior Point Trailhead (cfm)


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Fees and Regulations

An ODFW permit is required to park at this trailhead. Daily permits are $10, and an annual permit is $30. They are available at the following locations:

  • ODF&W Office - 18330 N. W. Sauvie Island Road
  • The Cracker Barrel Store – 15005 N. W. Sauvie Island Road
  • Reeder Beach RV Country Store – 26048 N.W. Reeder Road

Driving Directions

From I-405 North, take Exit 3 for Highway 30W and St. Helens.

Keep in the left lanes after exiting and, after 0.9 miles, come to the intersecton with Nicolai Street.

Keep straight here on Highway 30 and drive 8.5 miles to a traffic light.

Turn right here for the Sauvie Island Wildlife Area and cross over the Sauvie Island Bridge, looping left on N.W. Sauvie Island Road.

After the bridge (0.3 miles from the traffic light), make a left into the parking lot of the Cracker Barrel Grocery, where you can buy your daily parking permit ($10.00).

Head north from the grocery for 1.8 miles and make a right onto N.W. Reeder Road.

Drive through farmland for 4.3 miles to a Stop sign at the intersection with Gillihan Road.

Keep straight here on Reeder Road and go for 6.2 miles until you hit gravel.

It’s another 2.3 miles to the parking area at the end of the road. Expect a few potholes on this section.


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