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Siskiyou Mountain Park

The Oredson-Todd Woods and adjoining Siskiyou Mountain Park were created through a partnership between the City of Ashland and the Southern Oregon Land Conservancy.  This park is above the City on the south side, with access off the end of Park St, Lupine Dr or Ashland Loop Rd. It encompasses nearly 300 acres of single-track trails for mountain biking, hiking or horseback riding. No amenities. View a map of the park on our maps page. This park is open from dawn until dusk. The park is dog friendly; however, dog are required to be on a leash.

View The ABCs of Forest Ecology for Oredson-Todd Woods (This is a StoryMap from our friends at the Southern Oregon Land Conservancy, which is designed for elementary students.)

Through our Adopt-a-Park Program, the Oredson-Todd Woods have been adopted by John Muir School.  Additionally, the Oredson-Todd Woods and Siskiyou Mountain Park have been adopted by The Zaffaroni Family.   
 
Visit the APRC home page or call 541.488.5340 for more information.

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