Trails in Tigard
Fanno Creek Trail Closures
Three sections of the Fanno Creek Trail, one in Fanno Creek Park, one in Dirksen Nature Park, and one in Woodard Park, will be temporarily closed due to construction starting in July and in August.
- Fanno Creek Park (Main to Ash): The Fanno Creek Remeander Project will restore Fanno Creek along two city-owned properties in Downtown Tigard. Fanno Creek Trail will be closed in Fanno Creek Park starting July 10, 2018. The trail from Main Street to Ash Street is expected to remain closed until October 26. View a trail closure map and detour route.
- Dirksen Nature Park Trail: The Interpretive Shelter, Restroom and Nature Play Project will build new features in Dirksen Nature Park. Fanno Creek Trail will be closed through Dirksen Nature Park starting August 6, 2018. Portions of the trail from Tigard Street to Tiedeman Avenue are expected to remain closed for fifteen weeks. View a trail closure map and detour route.
- Fanno Creek Trail closed from Woodard Park to Tiedeman Ave beginning August 22
A portion of Fanno Creek Trail is scheduled to be closed be from August 22 to December 31 for construction on a new trail segment and pedestrian bridge. The Metro-funded project will reduce erosion, improve water and increase bike and pedestrian safety. Detour maps will be posted to provide trail users information about alternative routes. View a trail closure map and detour route.
Major Trails in Tigard
- Fanno Creek Trail
A regional trail that extends 15 miles from Tualatin to Portland; the trail is a paved, multi-use pathway for walkers, runners, bicyclists and nature enthusiasts of all ages.
- Tualatin River Greenway Trail
Follows the Tualatin River from the Ki-a-kuts Bridge through Cook Park to 108th Avenue. The trail is primarily paved, with a few short unpaved sections.
- Tualatin River Water Trail
With a barely detectable current in the summer, the Tualatin River Water Trail is the perfect place for beginning paddlers and families with children.
This greenway trail is paved from 115th Avenue to Johnson Street. A boardwalk extends from Johnson Street to Walnut Street over a stream channel. From 115th Avenue to 118th Court there is a soft surface trail through a gorgeous stream ravine.
- Tigard Street Heritage Trail
Formerly a rail line, this .75-mile trail connects Downtown Tigard to Tiedeman Avenue.
- Ascension Trail
This .6-mile soft surface trail ascends 300 feet from Fern Street to the intersection of Mistletoe Drive and Ascension Drive.
- River Terrace Trail
Trail is proposed to run from Scholls Ferry Road to 150th Avenue, with connections to other regional trails.
- Summer Creek Loop Trail
Paved trail loops around Summer Lake with a few extensions into adjacent neighborhoods.