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Tom Pearce Park Trail Family Ride (Grants Pass)

  • Length:
    1.2 miles
  • Difficulty:
  • Best Season(s):
  • Nearby Cities:
    Grants Pass, Williams, Rogue River, Merlin, Murphy
  • Region:
    Southern Oregon

Trailhead Elevation: 0 ft


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Park in the Evergreen Federal Bank’s Bear Hotel parking lot (2101 Northeast Spaulding Avenue) and ride east about ½ mile to the end of the road where the trail starts. The trail runs 1.2 miles one way into Tom Pearce Park, a 108-acre park with no day use fee.


  1. It is a nice, easy ride, all paved. Ride through Tom Pearce Park to its western end, where there is a grove of tall old conifers, picnic facilities, and horshoe pits. Also nearby are lots of blackberry vines. I have seen a pileated woodpecker and several flickers working the trees; they don’t seem bothered by quiet, slow-moving people. Lots of shade here, and the Rogue River flows past.

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