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  1. Hayward Field

    Often referred to as the Carnegie Hall of track and field, Hayward Field is located on the University of Oregon campus.  Originally built for football in 1919, a six-lane cinder track bordering the playing field was installed in 1921, and in 1925 the wooden east grandstand…

    Location: 1580 East 15th Avenue, Eugene, OR 97403
  2. High Rock

    High Rock, just south of the Salmon-Huckleberry Wilderness, is the second-highest point between Mt. Hood and Mt. Jefferson, second only to Ollalie Butte.  At night, with Mt. Hood wrapped in stars, looking level and north one can see the lights of Timberline Lodge and the…

    Location: South of the Salmon Huckeberry Wilderness, Estacada, , OR 97023
  3. Hood River Waterfront Park

    This waterfront part has very special significance to the local community. Since 1992, the locals have been planning and hoping for a park at the waterfront on this site. In 2006 the Port of Hood River donated the site to the City of Hood River…

    Location: Portway Avenue, Hood River, , OR 97031
  4. Hosmer Lake

    Hosmer Lake is in the Deschutes National Forest and is a natural area with diverse pine forests, wildflowers in the summer and wildlife. In 1962, the lake was named in honor of Paul Hosmer, a long-time resident of Bend and a well-known amateur naturalist. Atlantic…

    Location: Hosmer Lake, OR
  5. Huckleberry Fields/Gifford Pinchot National Forest

    Pick up a Forest Service map showing areas where these sweet purple berries grow, which have been harvested by Native Americans for thousands of years. The Sawtooth Berry Fields west of Mt. Adams are the best known; other fields are scattered throughout the forest. More than…

    Location: Indian Heaven Wilderness, Gifford Pinchot, Skamania
  6. Ike Kinswa State Park

    Endless family fun is available at Ike Kinswa State Park, situated along the shores of Mayfield Lake.  Enjoy camping in private, forested sites, explore the many hiking trails, and discover the boating, fishing and swimming opportunities in this special place.  It is common to see…

    Location: US 12 at milepost 80.3, Mossyrock, WA 98564
  7. Ikiutan Stables

    Ikiutan stables has great dude horses, and their trails climb up to 1,500 feet.  You get to spend time with a community member and really get to experience the land as it was for early residents.  The stables exist to help young people in the…

    Location: 6823 hwy8, Warm Springs, OR 97761
  8. Jackson F. Kimball State Park

    J.F. Kimball State Park is situated in a pristine forest setting at the headwaters of the Wood River. The river emerges as bubbling springs from a rocky mountainside into a beautiful, large, clear-blue lagoon. The park features 10 primitive campsites, canoe access to the Wood River…

    Location: Sun Pass Highway, Fort Klamath, OR 97626
  9. Jefferson Park

    Jefferson Park is a high sub-alpine basin with dozens of lakes within the Mt. Jefferson Wilderness Area.  In the opinion of many it is the most beautiful alpine ecosystem in the Oregon Cascades. It is a popular wilderness destination for many Oregonians and visitors from elsewhere. Seasonal access,…

    Location: Mt. Jefferson Wilderness
  10. Joseph H. Stewart State Recreation Area

    The park offers camping hiking, biking, swimming and boating. This park is also about 40 miles from Crater Lake National Park, and makes an excellent jumping-off point for an exploration of southern Oregon. Picture yourself in a campsite overlooking Lost Creek Reservoir with wildlife, large conifer…

    Location: 35251 Hwy 62, Trail, OR 97541
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