Indian Creek Trail (Hood River)

Home » Birding Locations » Hood River County » Columbia River

Columbia Gorge Hotel

More Info Directions

Twin Tunnels – Mosier (WASCO COUNTY)

More Info Directions

Government Cove

More Info Directions

Mosier Waterfront Park (WASCO COUNTY)

More Info Directions

Viento State Park

More Info Directions

Twin Tunnels – Hood River

More Info Directions

Eagle Creek Loop

More Info Directions

Cascade Locks

More Info Directions

Hood River Waterfront

More Info Directions

Seasons

Winter
Spring
Summer
Fall

Location

This city trail system follows Indian Creek on the south side of Hood River. It runs from 2nd Street on the east end to Barrett Park on the east end. It is broken into 3 sections and is not continuous. One section goes from 2nd and Hazel to 12th St. Another section runs from Columbia Gorge Community College to a section of private land. A third section goes from the Hood River Valley High School south to Barrett Park.

Directions

Habitat and Birds

Riparian species are the attractions here. In summer, look for Downy Woodpecker, Western Wood-pewee, Bewick’s Wren, Common Yellowthroat, swallows, Black-headed Grosbeak, Bullock’s Oriole and many others. In winter, look for Black-capped Chickadees, California Scrub-jays, California Quail, Ring-necked Pheasant, Wood Duck, American Dipper and wintering sparrows. Many species are possible in migration. 12th St. Trailhead – 45.696859, -121.523805 Devon Crt. Trailhead – 45.695578, -121.528882 College Trailhead – 45.695452, -121.526323 Alameda West Trailhead – 45.681270, -121.552320 High School Trailhead – 45.685641, -121.547873 http://hoodriverparksandrec.org/indian-creek-trail/

Discussion