Wheeler Creek Natural Area

Harbor, Oregon

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This road tours one of four natural redwood groves in Oregon, and what is possibly the most atypical redwood grove in the world. One mile away by trail is the only spot on the United States mainland that was bombed during World War II. The road is a little narrow, somewhat steep in spots, and slow and curvy. The gravel surface is well-groomed.

Wheeler Creek Natural Area Professional Review and Guide

"This road tours one of four natural redwood groves in Oregon, and what is possibly the most atypical redwood grove in the world.

One mile away by trail is the only spot on the United States mainland that was bombed during World War II. The road is a little narrow, somewhat steep in spots, and slow and curvy. The gravel surface is well-groomed."

Activity Type: Hiking, Off-Highway Drives
Nearby City: Harbor
Distance: 39
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Difficulty: Moderate
Local Contacts: Siskiyou National Forest
Local Maps: USGS Mount Emily
Driving Directions: Directions to Wheeler Creek Natural Area

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May 2018