The Westside Trail is a regional, multi-use path that will eventually stretch from the Willamette River south to the Tualatin River. The trail makes a great destination for walking or bicycling, wildlife watching, or just exploring.
While some of it is still in the planning stages, most of the trail is complete from Portland Community College Rock Creek Campus to the city of Tigard. The segment through Beaverton will be completed in sections.
This flat, paved trail extends about a mile to the north and south. You will find basketball courts and a playground along the way.
Tualatin Hills Nature Park is a remarkably diverse 222-acre preserve that includes 1.5 miles of paved trails and an additional 3.5 miles of well maintained, soft-surface trails.
Located only minutes from downtown Portland, Tryon Creek State Natural Area is Oregon's only state park within a major metropolitan area and features weekly guided hikes, wildlife classes and seasonal highlights.
When constructed, the 22-mile long Tonquin Trail will connect the Willamette and Tualatin rivers and the cities of Wilsonville, Sherwood and Tualatin with safe pedestrian and bicycle connections for all users. Commuters and fitness enthusiasts alike will have new ways to reach work, shopping, schools and natural areas and connect with local bike and pedestrian networks. As part of the regional trail network, the Tonquin Trail will connect to the Westside Trail and the Fanno Creek Trail.