The Pretty Trails At Kilchis Point Reserve In Oregon Are Accessible To Everyone

You can immerse yourself in the natural beauty of Oregon along any one of its hundreds of hiking trails. Witness the majesty of old-growth forests, climb summits, catch sweeping views of valleys, rivers, and the oceans…it’s all right here in the Beaver State. But let’s be honest – many of the trails in the state are not accessible to everyone.

There’s a beautiful reserve on the coast that offers a small network of trails that IS accessible to all. Visit Kilchis Point Reserve:

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Learn more about Kilchis Point Reserve on its website, and follow its Facebook page to see the latest news at the reserve. Make sure to call the reserve in advance in you need ADA accessibility (503-842-4553).

Address: Kilchis Point Trail, Bay City, OR 97107, USA