Saturday September 17, 2016 from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM PDT
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The Filbert Grove Picnic Shelter at Willamette Mission State Park


Marci Krass
Willamette Riverkeeper

Enjoy a bike tour through floodplain forests on the Willamette River!


Learn more about your river and our work to restore the floodplain forest ecosystems along the Willamette River Greenway while on a biking adventure!    

What: Using the paved and mulched trails we’ll bike through the North Forest (75 acres) and Beaver Island (207 acres) management units at Willamette Mission State Park. Learn more about floodplain forest habitat and the important role it provides for diverse fish and wildlife species. We’ll meet at the Filbert Grove Picnic Shelter at 9:00 am.  Following the bike ride you are invited to join us back at the Filbert Grove Picnic Shelter for a brown bag picnic lunch. Lunch will not be provided. We will bring some drinks and snacks to share.

Cost: FREE!

Participants: This trip will be limited to 25 participants, or a minimum of 10 participants.  Kids are welcome of course!  Youth 12 and under need to bike with an adult.

Bikes: Bring your own bike! Bikes will NOT be provided. 

Bring:  Bike, helmet, water, warm layers, sunglasses, sunscreen, snacks, and a brown bag lunch.  There will also be a $5 parking fee when you arrive at the park.

Questions? Contact marci@willametteriverkeeper.org or call 503-223-6418.