Mike Miller Park Educational Trail

Mike Miller County Park, Oregon

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Mike Miller Park Educational Trail is a hiking trail in Lincoln County, Oregon. It is within Mike Miller County Park. It is 0.7 miles long and begins at 23 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 1.5 miles with a total elevation gain of 400 feet.
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Mike Miller Park Educational Trail is a hiking trail in Lincoln County, Oregon. It is within Mike Miller County Park. It is 0.7 miles long and begins at 23 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 1.5 miles with a total elevation gain of 400 feet.
Activity Type: Hiking, Trail Running, Walking
Nearby City: Mike Miller County Park
Distance: 0.7
Elevation Gain: 400 feet
Trailhead Elevation: 23 feet
Top Elevation: 166 feet
Accessibility: Dog-friendly, Kid-friendly
Driving Directions: Directions to Mike Miller Park Educational Trail
Parks: Mike Miller County Park
Elevation Min/Max: 22/166 ft
Elevation Start/End: 23/23 ft

Mike Miller Park Educational Trail Professional Reviews and Guides

"This short interpretive trail explores a unique coastal forest ecosystem in the Mike Miller Educational Area. You'll hike past old-growth Sitka spruce trees and huge rhododendrons and over a small creek where you may see blue herons, ducks, and geese feeding.

This interpretive trail winds through a coastal forest made up
of shore pine, Sitka spruce, Douglas fir, grand fir, and western hemlock.The route follows an old railroad grade that
once was used to transport lumber (and later, passengers and
mail) from Yachats to Yaquina Bay. Before you start the hike,
be sure to pick up a trail brochure, which points out the
trail’s highlights. The gravel trail is lined with Pacific rhododendrons that grow to more than 30 feet tall."

"This short interpretive trail explores a unique coastal forest ecosystem in the Mike Miller Educational Area. You’ll hike past old-growth Sitka spruce trees and huge rhododendrons and over a small creek where you may see blue herons, ducks, and geese feeding. Trail surface: Forest path.

This interpretive trail winds through a coastal forest made up of shore pine, Sitka spruce, Douglas fir, grand fir, and western hemlock.The route follows an old railroad grade that was used to transport lumber (and later, passengers and mail) from Yachats to Yaquina Bay. Before you start the hike, be sure to pick up a trail brochure, which points out the trail’s highlights. The gravel trail is lined with Pacific rhododendrons that grow to more than 30 feet tall."

"This short loop trail was designed to introduce Lincoln County schoolchildren to a variety of coastal forest habitats, including old growth, with huge stumps from long-ago logging and trees downed by the wind. The public is welcome on Mike Miller Educational Trail as well."

Recent Trail Reviews

10/15/2009
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Good multigenerational family trail, including infant in "Baby Bjorn". Was a bit muddy in low places, but could always find good footing to avoid slipping. Ups & downs spaced well apart, nice benches for grandparents to rest (or younger generation to sit and wait for us to catch up!). Dogs went, too. Mossy trees, rhodies, nice wooden stairs/bridges where appropriate for terrain.



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May 2018