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Peavy Arboretum Trailhead

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Peavy Arboretum Trailhead, Peavy Arboretum (bobcat)
Avenue of sequoias near the trailhead (bobcat)


Hikes starting here

Driving Directions

Drive I-5 south and take Exit 234B for Highway 99E and Albany. After 1.2 miles, keep right for the City Center and Corvallis.

In 1.0 miles, turn right for Highway 20, the City Center and Corvallis, bearing right on S.E. Lyon St.

Drive through downtown Albany and over the Willamette River bridge and out of town, going 5.6 miles and then making a right turn onto N.E. Granger Avenue.

Drive 2.5 miles on Granger to the intersection with Highway 99W.

Turn right here, and drive 1.1 miles. Make a left turn onto Arboretum Road.

It’s 0.8 miles to the entrance to Peavy Arboretum.

Turn left into the Arboretum grounds, and make a right at the fork. Drive 0.2 miles, passing the parking area for the Woodlands Trail, and turn right into a large gravel lot and park.

Other Notes

  • Dogs on leash
  • Information kiosk
  • Port-a-potty
  • The McDonald State Forest is an research area: stay on the trails
  • Interpretive signs

Page Contributors

Oregon Hikers Field Guide is built as a collaborative effort by its user community. While we make every effort to fact-check, information found here should be considered anecdotal. You should cross-check against other references before planning a hike. Trail routing and conditions are subject to change. Please contact us if you notice errors on this page.

Hiking is a potentially risky activity, and the entire risk for users of this field guide is assumed by the user, and in no event shall Trailkeepers of Oregon be liable for any injury or damages suffered as a result of relying on content in this field guide. All content posted on the field guide becomes the property of Trailkeepers of Oregon, and may not be used without permission.