The TRACK Trail at the Rimrock Park is a 0.5 mile network of trails that weave through habitat on the banks of the Crooked River.
The centerpiece of the trail is a youth fishing pond, stocked with native rainbow trout. Beyond trout, hikers may see great blue herons, bald eagles, mink, snakes, and more.
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Recreational Features: Fishing, Birding, Photography
ADA Compliant: No
Seasonality: Open all year
Adventures for Rimrock Park
Ponds may seem quiet, but they are actually teeming with all kinds of life. With the Pond Life brochure, kids will learn the difference between producer and consumer organisms, and how to identify where a plant, animal, or insect fits into the ecosystem of a pond. This brochure will have kids keep an eye out for 12 common pond residents, and teach how these plants and animals use the pond.
La Vida en el EstanqueDifficulty:
Los estanques pueden parecer tranquilos, pero en realidad están llenos de todo tipo de vida. Con el folleto Pond Life, los niños aprenderán la diferencia entre los organismos productores y consumidores, y cómo identificar dónde una planta, animal o insecto encaja en el ecosistema de un estanque. Este folleto hará que los niños vigilen a los 12 residentes comunes del estanque y enseñen cómo estas plantas y animales usan el estanque.
Animal Athletes / Animales AtletasDifficulty:
The Animales Atletas/Animal Athletes adventure challenges kids to exercise with the animals. This bilingual brochure gives kids eight different animal exercises they can do along the trail, written in both English and Spanish. From hummingbird hand-swings to lizard pushups, kids are sure to have fun getting in shape with the animals during their outdoor adventures.
The "Bug Out" brochure is an investigation into the creepy crawlies of the forest. This adventure will help you learn how to identify the difference between insects, spiders and other arthropods.
843 S Main St
Prineville, OR 97754
This TRACK Trail was made possible through a collaboration with Children's Forest of Central Oregon and the Central Oregon Health Council.