Ridgefield, WA Trails and Parks

Ridgefield has 6 trails in the vicinity, including 3 hiking trails and 1 for road biking. These trails range from 1.5 to 23.3 miles in length. The most popular trails are Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge, Sauvie Island: Warrior Rock Lighthouse and Bachelor Island. Trails.com member Kaci M. recently completed Sauvie Island: Warrior Rock Lighthouse.
  • Sauvie Island: Warrior Rock LighthouseView Trail Details

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    Ridgefield, WA

    • Hiking  
    •  6.5 miles
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    Hike on Oregon’s largest island among stately cottonwoods and sandy beaches to one of its two noncoastal lighthouses. En route watch barges and ...

  • Ridgefield NWR: Kiwa TrailView Trail Details

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    Ridgefield, WA

    • Hiking  
    •  1.5 miles
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    You’re in for a slough of surprises (and a couple of shallow lakes) on this delightful loop that probably packs more species per square acre ...

  • Ridgefield NWR: Oaks to Wetlands TrailView Trail Details

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    Ridgefield, WA

    • Hiking  
    •  2 miles
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    The 5248-acre Ridgefield national Wildlife Refuge is not only a sanctuary for scores of wintering and resident birds in rapidly developing Clark ...

  • Bachelor IslandView Trail Details

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    Ridgefield, WA

    • Sea Kayaking  
    •  1 - 2 days
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    A favourite day paddle is the 16-km (10-mi.) circumnavigation of Bachelor Island in Washington State, part of Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge. ...

  • Ridgefield National Wildlife RefugeView Trail Details

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    Ridgefield, WA

    • Flatwater Kayaking & Canoeing  
    •  1 to 5 hours
    •  10 miles
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    The Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge lies just across the Columbia River from the north end of Sauvie Island. Like Sauvie Island, the refuge ...

  • Ridgefield and La CenterView Trail Details

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    Ridgefield, WA

    •  23.3 miles
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    This ride tours northwestern Clark County on a loop connecting Ridge?eld and La Center. It begins at the Columbia River and crosses a rolling ...