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Corvallis, Oregon, United States

Mill Hill Loop - Finley Wildlife Refuge

Easy hike around Mill Hill through a forest of oak woodland, mature maple, and Douglas fir.

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Difficulty: Easy
Length: 2.6 miles / 4.2 km
Duration: 1 hour or less
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Overview: This up and down trail takes you through many different forest types: oak woodland, mature maple, and Douglas fir. Look for wood ducks on Gray Creek. Rest on one of the benches to watch for elk, deer, bobcat and other woodland wildlife around the forest margins.

Tips: To reach the William L. Finley National Wildlife Refuge, travel south 10 miles from Corvallis or north 7.5 miles from Monroe, to milepost 93 on Highway 99W. Turn west on Finley Road. The trail begins at the Display Pond parking lot, on the west side of the refuge.

Points of Interest


Parking Lot/Ranger Station

Inside the Ranger Station you can find restrooms as well as a gift shop with information.


You can choose to walk down the road or cross the road and walk on a dirt trail that will connect back up with the road.

Trail Junction

Turn right here off of the road to meet the trail

Loop Junction

Choose to follow the trail left or right. Either way you will loop back to this point.

Gray Creek Viewpoint

Pictures in this guide taken by: JMilesMiller

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