Indian Creek Trail

A multi-use trail for hiking, biking, walking or running, the Indian Creek Trail is made up of three sections throughout the heights of Hood River and is almost 4-miles long. You can walk any part of the trail or string them together for a longer walk!

The Indian Creek Trail system spans the lower Hood River Valley from Hazel Avenue to Barrett Park. The trail is approximately 3.8 miles with future plans to fully connect the trail spans which will be almost 6 miles long when completed.

The trail has three sections:

  1. Hazel & 2nd St to Dutch Bros Coffee (the oldest section)

  2. 12th St to Devon Court

  3. Arrowhead to Barrett Park

The oldest section, Hazel & 2nd St to Dutch Bros Coffee, begins above the canyon of Indian Creek where it joins the Hood River. This was the old trail connecting the upper and lower parts of the city. The trail also served as the conduit for the wooden flume which brought water to a fruit cannery downtown. The historic wooden flume is still there, although it no longer carries water. This trail section has a picnic table, bench with a views of the Hood River and pear orchards up the valley.

Contact Information

Hood River Valley Parks and Rec
Reservations and Information:

Indian Creek Trail, Hood River, Oregon 97031, United States

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Other Information

  • Hours Open

    Sunrise to Sunset
  • Seasons Open

    Open all seasons
  • Prices and Fees

    Accessing the Indian Creek Trail is free of charge.
  • Pet Friendly Notes

    Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.