Come join us to walk the existing and proposed trail section of the Burkhart Creek Trail, an intricate part of the growing Lebanon trail system. The goal for this trail project is to construct a safe, accessible, multi-use trail along Burkhart Creek that will connect Lebanon from southeast to northwest. The proposed trail will start at The Bob Smith Memorial Park on South Main Street and end at the north City Limits near Economy Building Supply on Tangent Street/Hwy 34.

When completed, the trail will provide a connection to the existing 12-foot-wide trail along Hansard Avenue leading to the Reeves Parkway Trail, along the Dr Thad Nelson Trail, and on to the Mark's Slough Trail system beside the South Santiam River on the east side of Lebanon.

Notes: Dress appropriately for the weather and wear appropriate shoes for the terrain.

*Well-mannered dogs on leash are welcome.


We will meet at the Oak Street Lebanon Fire District (Station 31). Go west on Oak Street from Main until you reach S. 12th Street. Turn onto S. 12th Street, and BLT signs will direct you to the gravel parking area.


  • Occurred Saturday, October 14th, 2017 @ 9:00 am – 11:00 am


We will meet at the Oak Street Lebanon Fire District (Station 31)

1050 W. Oak St
Lebanon, OR 97355

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