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Midge Kramer Path (53rd St. to Oak Creek Rd.)

A popular biking and running area, this section of the Midge Kramer Path has some great views.
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Difficulty: Unknown
Length: 1.7 miles
Duration: Unknown
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Overview:  This section of the Midge Kramer Path gives you a long ribbon of paved trail to bike or walk. It's a great spot for a run and can be... more »

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Points of Interest

1. Bald Hill and Marys Peak

To the west, Bald Hill (near) and Marys Peak (far) dominate the skyline.

2. Trail Easement

This plaque honors the Brandis family, who donated part of the land to make this trail a reality.

3. Trailhead Sign

4. Benton County Fairgrounds

The Benton County Fairgrounds have gone high tech, with solar power on the roof of the livestock pavilion.

5. Paved Path

The entire path is paved and well maintained.

6. North Hills

Dimple Hill and the rest of the northern skyline of Corvallis.

7. Midge Kramer Memorial

This memorial honors Midge Kramer, the path's namesake and a proponent of biking in the community.

8. Benches

There are several nice benches along the path to relax and watch the scenery.

9. Old Barn

This old barn is a picturesque spot on the trail.

10. Oak Creek Trailhead

11. Dog Swimming Spot

This is a great place for dogs to get a quick dip in the summer heat.

12. Dog Supplies

Like all Corvallis dog-friendly parks, this one has dog cleanup supplies at all trailheads.

13. Cascade Range

To the east, you can catch a glimpse of the Cascades over the hills. Look for bright white pyramids, the snow-covered upper slopes of 10,000ft+ Mt. Hood, Mt. Jefferson, and the Three Sisters.