Waters Creek Interpretive Trail
Celebrate the biodiversity of the Klamath-Siskiyou Ecoregion with these interpretive loop trails outside of Grants Pass!
There are two loops at the Waters Creek Interpretive Trail: the first 1 mile-long loop is barrier-free, and the second loop (not barrier-free) is open to hikers only. Both trails follow Water Creek, offering many views of the drainage’s wildflowers and wildlife. A diverse mixture of hardwoods and conifers offer shade, with some older trees scattered throughout. Benches and interpretive signs are available along the trails.
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