Walk our newest and most ambitious trail…the Old Mill Trail!
This is a 1.6-mile out-and-back walk. The trail is paved and is considered an easy, level, out and back walk between Riverview Park and Gill’s Landing.
Arrive a little early to sign our waiver. All participants must sign-in for all BLT activities. Our sign-in form is a waiver of liability to participate and permission to appear in photos taken of the event.
We will have whisper devices so everyone can hear as we tell the story of how our very special Old Mill Trail came to be. Please be respectful of the speaker and of participants who want to hear the information.
See the Old Mill Trail walk description to learn specifics about the Old Mill Trail.
When walking along the Old Mill Trail, you can find resting benches and the Recognition Plaza. The Recognition Plaza was created to honor the many donors and supporters who helped to make this trail a reality. Please help us in thanking those who made The Old Mill Trail possible. They are:
- Benton Electric
- BLT “Dry Hards”
- Briese Concrete
- Community Members (Private donations and volunteers)
- G&S Crushing
- Heatherington Foundation for Innovation and Education in Health Care
- Jared Richey and Regan Eivers of the Sweet Home Ranger Station
- John Dinges Landscape Co.
- Rick Franklin Corporation
- Rob Chohan
- Turrentine Engineering
- Udell Engineering
Question about the event?
The trail has a concrete surface so wear appropriate shoes.
This is a multiuse trail, paved and accessible for all to enjoy.
There are public restrooms and a picnic area at Gill’s Landing.
Well-mannered dogs are allowed. All dogs are to remain on leash. Please pick up after your dog.
There are pet stations along the trail. Each station has a bag dispenser and a disposal container.
Where to meet
Old Mill Trail Trailhead at
1400 E Grant St
Lebanon, OR 97355
From US Highway 20 as it passes through town, turn east on Grant Street. Just before the bridge, turn right into the driveway with the sign Gill’s Landing RV Park. Park in the lot there and look for the trail kiosk.
If needed, parking is available across the street at River Park.