May 14, 2013
Thank you to everyone who participated in the work party at Kilchis Point Reserve on May 11th! There are a lot of blackberries, scotch broom and weeds that are no-more because of everyone’s hard work.
Summer is nearly here and we are gearing up to get to complete the final paver trail, install the second wetland boardwalk, and begin graveling phase 4 of the trail.
March 30, 2013
March 19, 2013
March 15, 2013
Greetings! The Tillamook County Pioneer Museum is very pleased to announce that the Trailhead Loop is officially complete! The trail is 1/3 of a mile, paved, and ADA accessible. A boardwalk has been installed over the first wetland and there is a beautiful convening circle just behind the treeline. The remaining six interpretive trail signs will be installed next week.
Trail Map – Trail maps are also available at the trailhead in the kiosk
January 24, 2013
Great News! Our beautiful entry sign is up! A BIG “thank you” to Terry Phillips at North Coast Lawn, Dale Pugh, and All Starr Signs for making it all happen! Go check it out!
December 20, 2012
Patrick Alexander has written a wonderful article about Kilchis Point Reserve in the Oregon Coast Today paper. To read the article, Click Here!
December 4, 2012
We some exciting news! Five trail signs have been installed along the paved sections of the Trailhead Loop trail at Kilchis Point Reserve. We have designed a total of 46 interpretive trail signs that highlight the pioneer history, flora and fauna, and Native American heritage at Kilchis Point. 14 signs have already been adopted but there are 32 signs still waiting for sponsors. If you are interested in adopting a trail sign, please contact Caitlin at the Tillamook County Pioneer Museum at email@example.com or 503-842-4553. Trail signs are $150 to adopt and come with a sign dedication plaque with your choice of text.