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Haul Road Trail

haul road bend

Project Phase

  • PLANNING
  • DESIGN
  • PERMITTING
  • CONSTRUCTION

Project Overview

The district received a grant from Western Federal Lands to improve the Haul Road Trail from McKay Park and west approximately 3.2 miles to the Deschutes National Forest’s boundary.  Trail surfaces will be repaired and the last 1.5 miles will be paved to an accessible standard in order to provide a desirable close-to-home trail opportunity that will reach into the National Forest.

Work on this trail began in July 2021 and will finish by the end of the year. Patience is appreciated with intermittent closures and detours.

For construction status updates and details, visit the Western Federal Lands project webpage.

McKay Park to USFS boundary at LOGE Entrada

$685,400

System Development Charges

Winter 2021/22

Contact Information

For more information on the Haul Road Trail, please contact

Bronwen Mastro

Landscape Architect

Tel: (541) 706-6152

Email: bronwenm@bendparksandrec.org

The project began construction in July 2021. It is expected to be completed by the end of the year.

What will impact trail use during construction?

Expect intermittent closures and detours throughout summer and fall 2021. See the Maps and Reports tab for maps of current and upcoming trail closure locations.

In addition to the trail improvement project, other work such as new roundabout construction impact trail access. The City of Bend is constructing roundabouts at the intersections of SW Colorado Avenue & SW Columbia Street and SW Simpson Avenue & SW Columbia Street in spring and summer 2021. See project information here.

Where can I learn more about the Haul Road Trail?

For more information about the existing Haul Road trail, please visit HERE.

Where can I learn more about the current project?

For construction status updates and details, visit the Western Federal Lands project webpage.