Type: Family Friendly, Free Attractions, Outdoor Activities - Summer, Parks, Uniquely Here
The Springwater Corridor is a multiuse trail that runs from SE Ivan St. in Portland all the way to Boring, OR. The trail is currently 14.2 miles one way. The Springwater Corridor connects many parks... Read More
The Springwater Corridor is a multiuse trail that runs from SE Ivan St. in Portland all the way to Boring, OR. The trail is currently 14.2 miles one way. The Springwater Corridor connects many parks including Tideman Johnson Nature Park, Beggars-tick Wildlife Refuge, the I-205 Bike Path, Leach Botanical Garden, Powell Butte Nature Park, and Gresham's Main City Park. These parks are the best places to access the trail, especially if you need a place to park your car. The entire trail is at least 10 feet wide and paved, making it ideal for walkers, joggers, bicycles, strollers, and wheelchairs. East of I-205 and at the end of the trail in Boring there are separate soft surface paths for equestrian use.
- Best for Free Things to Do Because: The Springwater Corridor is a free 14 mile multi use trail that runs throughout Portland.
- Best for Outdoor Activities Because: Springwater Corridor is an extensive trail system running through Portland and surrounding cities.
- Best for Parks Because: This trail is awesome and showcases the diverse Oregon topography.