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Conner's Camp Trailhead

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Sign at the Conner's Camp Trailhead (bobcat)


Hikes starting here

Fees and Regulations

  • Northwest Forest Pass (or America the Beautiful Pass) required

Driving Directions

Drive I-5 south to Exit 228 for Lebanon, Corvallis and Highway 34. After exiting, turn right for Corvallis, the Community College and Oregon State University.

After 9.7 miles, turn left for Highways 20 and 24 West, the Oregon Coast and Philomath.

In 0.7 miles, keep left and drive another 6.4 miles through the town of Philomath to the junction where Highway 34 peels off for Toledo and Newport.

Go left here and drive 8.9 miles and turn right onto the Marys Peak Road.

Drive 5.4 miles up this windy road and pull in to the large trailhead parking area on the right (Conner’s Camp)

Other Notes

  • Although the name implies that it's a campground, Conner's Camp is now only a parking area for the East Ridge trailhead. There is a small day use area with picnic tables, and a restroom.
  • Some break-ins have been reported at this location.


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