Walks: Creek

Walks that feature a creek view

Looking for a walk that features a creek view?

Below are all 100 Steps options starting with the newest additions. You can learn about terrain, distance, seating, and more when you choose to view an individual walk.

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Siletz Bay Park

More than once I’ve sought online for a walking destination near Siletz Bay. Each time I found places suitable for self-propelled watercraft and also long-distance hikes in zones not far from designated hunting areas, but nothing fitting for short-range pedestrians. So I was both pleased… 

Connie Hansen Garden

Occupying a rectangular block in the middle of an otherwise ordinary northwest Lincoln City neighborhood, the Connie Hansen Garden is a cozy park maintained by the volunteer efforts of the Connie Hansen Garden Conservancy. Walking paths bordered by mature labeled trees, many varieties of rhododendrons,… 

Fogarty Creek State Recreation Area

Lincoln County contains 60 miles of Oregon coastline. Through the efforts of governor Oswald West in 1913, coupled with 1967 legislation, this pristine shoreline and all of the Oregon coast is “forever open to the public.” There is a loophole to this mandate: while foot… 

Oswald West State Park

During his tenure as Oregon governor, Oswald West paved the way for perpetual public access to the state’s coastal beaches. In recognition of his efforts, Oswald West State Park was given his name. If you appreciate being able to visit any section of Oregon shoreline… 

Wildcat Covered Bridge

In the late ‘90s my husband and I went to New England during “leaf-peeping” season.   We enjoyed the orange, gold, and rust autumn colors, and then became enamored with the area’s covered bridges. We bought a book on the topic, and proceeded to visit every… 

Dean Creek Elk Viewing Area

There’s no guarantee you’ll see elk at the Dean Creek Elk Viewing Area, but if you look carefully chances are good you will at least glimpse some in the distance.  If you’re lucky, like the day my husband and I visited in June, you’ll see…