Welcome to Build Lebanon Trails
Build Lebanon Trails is a volunteer group working to design and build more than 50 miles of trails in and around Lebanon, Oregon. Our mission is to bring more opportunities for health and fitness to Lebanon residents by providing beautiful places to walk, run, bike, jog, or just enjoy nature.
We invite you to use the trails, to attend our events, and to get involved in a big or small way.
What do you want to do?
Find a Trail in Lebanon
Walk? Run? Hike? Bike? Take your dog? Wheelchair-accessible? Get information about Lebanon trails here.
Build Lebanon Trails hosts monthly public events. Walk with a friendly group of people...participate in the annual Cheadle Lake Fun Run/Walk and kids' obstacle challenge...help build and maintain trails on work days...see us at the Strawberry Festival parade. Subscribe to our newsletter to get event notifications and other news.
Get Involved with BLT
Want to find out more about BLT? Find out about future plans? Possibly make more of a contribution? You are invited to attend our public meetings, held on the first Tuesday of every month at 6 pm at a conference room at Samaritan Community Hospital.
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Get notices of our news, events, and other important happenings.
If you happened to take a walk recently along the Canal Trail, you may have noticed some brand new benches, lovingly placed by Build Lebanon Trails volunteers. There’s a story behind the benches, one that showcases Lebanon’s strong and giving community. The Canal Trail, which runs on the north side of Lebanon near Linn-Benton Community…Read More
Join Build Lebanon Trails on the West River Trail hike. We will be meeting at River Park and leaving at 10:00am to hike along a very scenic stretch of the Santiam River on top of a protective flood dike along the river. The hike leads us to Cheadle Lake and then returns to River Park…Read More
If you’ve visited the Build Lebanon Trails website before, you’ll immediately notice a new look. That’s thanks to locating a volunteer who owns a local web design business and loves to hike. Besides the obvious style changes, here’s how the information got moved around. Our news from the front page now appears on its own “News”…Read More