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Wildwood Recreation Site

36 Reviews
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Wildwood Recreation Site

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Kate O wrote a review Aug 2020
6 contributions1 helpful vote
As a long time resident of the area, I was very alarmed to see fires burning in pits Sunday, August 29th, 2020. Even BLM land is under a NO Fire ordinance, yet, no signs and no one asking people to put them out. I love Wildwood, and, I love my home, and my neighbors home, and my community-- we don't want it destroyed. It is very irresponsible, as a neighbor, for Wildwood to not post NO FIRE signs. In addition, on many, many occasions, I see people fishing with Barbed lures, this entire area is catch and release, ONLY, barbless hooks. BETTER MANAGEMENT and SIGNAGE, please.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Fun Journey wrote a review Jul 2020
California76 contributions36 helpful votes
The trails are covered and protected from the harsh summer sun, so that makes the hiking/trekking much easier. The entire trail is along the Salmon River and is just lovely and quaint. There are bathrooms and lots of picnic tables and water stations next to the tables. I wished we brought picnic food. Be sure to put on bug guards. Those mosquitos are hearless!
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Date of experience: July 2020
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XLR8Now wrote a review Sep 2019
Steilacoom, WA15 contributions7 helpful votes
Easy walking along some paved trails. Underwater viewing area of beaver dam. Areas where you can access the river. It’s chilly water but there were people in the water with floating. Water level was low in August but earlier it would be great for rafting. Lots of paths. Good bathroom facilities at the parking lot. Easy access. Beautiful! Paths intersect at various places and are well marked. Take a short stroll or a day-long hike. Just go!
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Date of experience: August 2019
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GoNepal wrote a review Jul 2019
Portland, Oregon14 contributions5 helpful votes
Wonderful place for a quick picnic or a stroll in marvelous Oregon forest area and along the Salmon River. Paved paths and boardwalk (great for kids with the informational books at each stop) are good for wheelchairs.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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gdeakins wrote a review May 2019
Des Moines, Washington305 contributions107 helpful votes
Excellent way to spend a few hours or a day enjoying the great outdoors. Paved paths make the well maintained trails easily negotiable by stroller or wheelchair. Picnic sites, carved benches and informative plaques abound. Multiple trails clean restrooms and ample parking. Day use only, reasonable entry fee.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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