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A homelessness support program providing employment while keeping parks and open spaces clean.
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Butler Creek Trail map
Located in southwest Gresham along scenic Butler Creek, the soft-surfaced trail was initially constructed in 1987 by volunteers.
The Butler Creek Greenway Trail continues north from Butler Creek Park and connects with the Springwater Trail.
At the Springwater Trail, it is 1.5-miles east to downtown Gresham and 1.7-miles west to Portland’s 616-acre Powell Butte Nature Park
The trail begins at Gresham’s Butler Creek Park, located at 2385 SW 27th Drive and Mawcrest Avenue.
Gresham Fairview Trail map
Wind through urban wetlands and neighborhoods while exploring nature in the heart of the city.
Horseback riding is not allowed.
Gresham Butte Saddle Trail map
Formerly an old logging road, this lush, 1.24-mile trail was constructed in 1998 and is set in an upland forest setting and crosses several small tributaries.
Street side parking is available on either end of the trail at SW 19th Drive off Towle Avenue and SE 19th Drive off Regner Road.
This soft-surfaced, .75-mile trail is located in a dense forest of Western Red Cedars and mixed-Deciduous trees in a neighborhood in southeast Gresham.
The natural area features numerous native plants including vine maple, snowberry and trillium.
Nadaka Loop Trail map
This .46-mile trail’s second generation Douglas Fir forest is formerly a Camp Fire Girl’s Nature Day Camp (Na-Da-Ka).
This 10.1-acre site has numerous native plants including vine maple, huckleberry, snowberry, salal and trillium.
This soft-surfaced graveled trail is located within the Nadaka Natural Area north of Glisan Street and west of 181st Avenue. Access to the natural area and trail is available from Pacific Street.
Springwater Trail map
Gresham’s stretch of the Springwater Trail is a place where nature and the city meet on a pathway of green. Recreational opportunities on the asphalt path include walking, hiking, jogging, cycling, picnicking, bird- and animal-watching and horseback riding.
The Springwater Trail stretches from Boring through Gresham to Portland; from Linnemann Station in Gresham it is only 16.5-miles west to downtown Portland.
The trail corridor is home to dozens of species of plants and wildlife as it follows many of the contours of the 26-mile long Johnson Creek.
Gresham Bicycle Guide and wayfinding signs
The Springwater Trail connects to the Gresham-Fairview Trail at SW 10th Avenue.