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All reviews both sides willamette river great ride rose garden easy ride great path alton baker park access points great place to walk mile loop visiting eugene autzen stadium walkers parks miles pedestrian run
This is one of the best things in Eugene. Great surface and trails, great views and you can connect up with shopping, eats, track, UofO. Literally miles of great riding. Just watch out for peds that don't obey the rules. Ring your bells and yell...More
The Willamette River winds it’s way through Springfield and on to Eugene as it makes its way north to the Columbia River bear Portland. These trail are made up both of asphalt paving for walking and biking as well as sawdust trails for runners. The...More
Have biked this trail all the way pas the Delta Ponds several times and always enjoy it. Sometimes there are fund-raising walks on Sundays which makes biking a little tricky but both sides of the river are interesting and there is a lot to appreciate....More
I literally live a football field away from this fabulous extensive trail that winds in and throughout Eugene, Springfield, Autzen Stadium, PK Park, and wetlands, to name a few. I exercise on these trails every day, so I know and love and appreciate all there...More
Eugene is blessed with a beautiful natural location. The city has taken advantage of its location to develop paved bike/walking paths and parks on both sides of the Willamette River. Both sides are linked by at least 4 bike/pedestrian bridges. You can visit natural wildlife...More
We live in Portland 100 miles north of Eugene but the Willamette River flows by both so we took our beautiful Weimaraner for a walk (from his perspective he took us for a pull) and enjoyed the scenery. I’d rate it 5 stars for the...More
Paved trail on both sides and can cross at bridges. Park for kids to play at in between bike ride. Seemed pretty safe although I would not want to ride close to dark because of homeless camps. Courteous bike riders and joggers.
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I had my own bike, so I didn't need to rent, but I agree will all the other comments about this. Eugene is very bicycle friendly and there are many shops in town that will rent. Best way would be to google it. It will... More
I had my own bike, so I didn't need to rent, but I agree will all the other comments about this. Eugene is very bicycle friendly and there are many shops in town that will rent. Best way would be to google it. It will also depend on where you enter the bike trail, which spans several miles, running by the Willamette River.
One is on the back side of Valley River Mall (behind the theaters), Alton Baker Park, The Rose Garden, by Parkside Preschool near the soccer fields, Community Gardens at the end of Polk, up by the Beltline, off of River... More
One is on the back side of Valley River Mall (behind the theaters), Alton Baker Park, The Rose Garden, by Parkside Preschool near the soccer fields, Community Gardens at the end of Polk, up by the Beltline, off of River Avenue across the street from the Orowheat store. I know there are more, but these are the ones that we have used! I hope this was helpful!