Jory Hill in South Salem

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Sign at Jory Hill Park, local trails for horses

 

The Jory Hill area is not an actual "subdivision", but rather a general reference of a particular area around the Joryville Park.  This park is most commonly known for it's horse trails, although it makes for a nice wooded stroll on foot too.  There is no fee to haul in and it is never crowded.  One thing to be aware of is that it is heavily forested, making most of the trails shady, great for mid summer, but the trails become very slippery most of the year during the rainy season.  The majority of the homes are older, with pockets of new construction scattered around.  Prices range from $300,000 to $800,000 on average and several properties include barns with and without arenas.  Are you ready to start viewing acreage property for sale?  You can search listings here for Salem Oregon Horse property or surrounding areas.

View of trailhead.  There is a climbing trail off to the left that takes you to the top of the park, or you can go straight up this path.  Both lead to additional trails winding through the forest and around privately owned farm fields in the back.  Great summer trail ride, as the sloped trails are very slick in the winter, spring and late fall.

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