Gresham Fairview TrailGresham Fairview Trail Pedestrian Bridge  

Gresham Fairview Trail Map  

Wind through urban wetlands and neighborhoods while exploring nature in the heart of the city.

Trail Features

  • 3.29 miles
  • Safe passage over Powell Boulevard on the new 177-foot pedestrian bridge.
  • Connects to the Springwater Trail
  • Walking, bicycling, jogging, skateboarding, in-line skating, wheelchairs and battery powered scooters are a few of the paved trail uses to enjoy.
  • Dogs are welcome but must be on leash and dog waste must be removed by the owner.
  • Colorful drought resistant trees and native shrubs are planted along the trail through residential neighborhoods in northwest Gresham.

Horseback riding is not allowed.Gresham-Fairview Trail 

Trail Access 

  • South Point: We've connected the Springwater Trail to the Gresham-Fairview Trail at S.W. 10th Avenue.
  • North Point: Access the start of the trail to the north at Northeast Halsey Street at 201st Avenue.

Future Trail Details 

  • When finished, the trail will connect two regionally popular trails, the Springwater Trail and the 40-Mile Loop at Marine Drive.
  • The 12-foot wide, 5.2-mile multi-use recreational and commuter trail will link neighborhoods to schools, parks, natural areas and businesses.

The Gresham-Fairview Trail will eventually link five regional trails and one local east/west trail:

  • Springwater Trail
  • 40-Mile Loop at Marine Drive
  • MAX Trail
  • I-84 Multi-Use Path
  • Columbia Slough Trail
  • Salish Ponds Trail

Natural resources along the trail include: Johnson Creek; Fairview Creek, Southwest Community Park, Grant Butte, Salish Ponds, Views to Mt. Hood and Mt. St. Helens; Columbia River Slough, and the Columbia River.

Master Plan

The Gresham-Fairview Trail Master Plan was adopted by Gresham City Council in February 2002.