Lake Selmac Trails

There are two trail networks at Lake Selmac. This page provides information on the “south trail” network.

Map showing the location of trails at Lake Selmac, Selma, Oregon

42.254735, -123.572496 (East trailhead – equestrian trailer parking)
42.258961, -123.577798 (West trailhead)

Follow Highway 199 to the town of Selma and turn east on Lake Shore Drive. Follow Lake Shore for two miles and go to the left at the fork in the road. Drive another half mile to McMullin Road on the right. Drive about 300 feet on McMullin to the park entrance on the right. This is a narrow road that takes you for about a quarter of a mile to a day use park. Continue past the park to the equestrian parking area and trailhead for the “south trails.” A foot bridge marks the beginning of the trail.

The most used trail in this network is the one that follows the lake shore and is used by fishermen to access the lake. The other trails climb up and loop around a hill through a variety of forest communities. All trails have moderate grades.