Huntington Wagon Road

Call ahead This experience may be open for on-site visitation; however, offerings and/or operating procedures may have changed due to COVID-19. Please verify details before you go and visit the COVID-19 Resources page for more information.

Overview:

Walk on the Huntington Wagon Road (HWR) and you follow the footsteps of the soldiers, adventurers and immigrants who passed this way before you. The HWR is an easy 2-mile round trip hike that includes trees blazes and a historic campsite. Other unmarked routes along the way offer extra loops to explore.

Know Before You Go:

Open YEAR ROUND

The trail is not ADA accessible.

Overnight camping is not allowed; no restrooms or water.

Pets should remain under owner control at all times.

Protect cultural resources leave artifacts such as arrowheads and blazed trees in their place. The HWR trail is open to horse, foot and mountain bike travel. Motorized vehicles are not allowed.

This area is closed to all firearm discharge, including paintball guns.

Point of Interest:

This trail is part of a wagon route built for hauling supplies from The Dalles to build Fort Klamath many of the artifacts found here can be viewed at Bends Deschutes Historical Museum.