Gresham Trails 

TrailsPageSpringwater Trail
Recreational opportunities on Gresham's 4.8-mile stretch of asphalt path include walking, hiking, jogging, cycling, picnicking, bird and animal watching and horseback riding.

Butler Creek Greenway Trail
Trail users can enjoy Binford Lake, Butler Creek and Butler Creek Park and a 135-foot long pedestrian bridge crossing Johnson Creek.

Gresham-Fairview Trail
All non-motorized uses are allowed, walking, jogging, wheelchairs and battery powered scooters, bicycling, skateboarding and in-line skating are a few of the trail uses to enjoy.

Gresham Butte Saddle Trail
Abundant native vegetation provides a lush forest experience; trail sides have been replanted with native plants such as salal, sword fern and vine maple.

Kelly Creek Greenway Trail
This soft-surfaced trail is located in a dense forest of Western Red Cedars and mixed-deciduous trees in southeast Gresham.

Nadaka Loop Trail
This soft-surfaced graveled trail is located within the Nadaka Natural Area.

Explore the Intertwine, a regional network of parks, trails, and natural areas.