The 5-Mile Wilson River Trail In Oregon Is Full Of Jaw-Dropping Natural Pools
By Sarah McCosham|Published May 19, 2021
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It’s common knowledge that Oregon has some of the very best hiking in the country, offering extraordinary views and experiences you simply won’t find anywhere else. But in addition to the state’s acclaimed natural wonders and parks, there are places in Oregon that will catch you by surprise. Wilson River is one of them. This 33-mile river flows from the Northern Oregon Coast Range to Tillamook Bay, and its cerulean waters will take your breath away. This sublime, serene stream might be one of the calmest, most inviting stretches of water in the Pacific Northwest. And you’ll enjoy this resplendent river to the fullest along the five-mile Wilson River Trail in Oregon.