Killin Wetlands



Killin Wetlands

Killin Wetlands offers over 370 acres of lush habitat for flora and fauna alike. The park is a vibrant location for bird watching with one of the highest densities of the American Bittern in all of Oregon. From the observation deck, you may also see Greater Yellowlegs, Mallards, and Double-Crested Cormorants. The nature park also boasts easy walking trails for a tranquil nature outing.

Hours: Open daily, dawn to dusk.

Wildlife: American Bittern, Greater Yellowlegs, Mallards, Double-Crested Cormorants, Elk, Beaver, Bald Eagle, Roosevelt elk

Pet Policy: For the protection of wildlife and habitat, dogs, horses and other pets are prohibited.

Did You Know…

  • The Killin Wetlands is one of the last examples in the region of a habitat that once covered more than 10,000 acres in the valley?
  • The beautiful artwork by the Westside Quilters Guild called “Doves in the Window” is a part of the Quilt Barn Trail?

Amenities

Trails: WalkingPublic RestroomsBirdingPicnic Area