Balch Creek Trail
Trail users are encouraged to use caution in this area, paying attention to steep slopes and trail edges. View Caution Area.
Forest Park Maple Trail
Maple Trail in Forest Park remains closed between Koenig Trail and Fire Lane 4. Please use the Koenig/Leif Erikson/Fire Lane 4 detour.
Beginning Monday, March 18, at 9:00 am through Wednesday, March 20, at 4:00 pm., the Springwater Trail will be closed between SE 101st Ave. and just east of SE 105th Ave. This is to allow Portland General Electric (PGE) to begin service reliability improvements between SE 102nd Ave. and SE 103rd Ave.
Erosion has destabilized the trail bridge over Johnson Creek, just east of SE 45 Ave. Repair work began on January 14 and will continue until the end of the month. A detour has been put in place which is about 500 yards on Johnson Creek Blvd. Trail users are urged to exercise caution when navigating the detour onto Johnson Creek Blvd. Trail Detour Map
Springwater on the Willamette
Trail work will be done Monday, March 11, and Tuesday, March 12, 9:00 am to 2:30 pm, north of the 2 mile marker, for about 200-300 yards. There will be flaggers for safety, but no trail closure, and no significant delays are expected.
Powell Butte Nature Park
APRIL 20, 2013 UPDATE:
the following trails have been reopened:
- 162nd Access Road Trail
- Anderegg Loop Trail
- Mountain View Trail
The Mountain View Trail will be maintained as the access to the nature park through Thursday April 25th. Wild Horse Trail will be opened when Mountain View trail is closed to provide continued access to the park. Once Wild Horse is opened, it will remain open until further notice.
Thanks for enjoying our parks and natural areas!
The main parking lot is closed to all vehicles and pedestrians. Interim parking is located at the Vivian Pump Station parking lot at 14424 SE Center, Gates parking lot at 13799 SE Holgate Blvd, and the Rose Bowling Center parking lot at 3800 SE 164 Ave. All temporary parking lots provide access to the trail system. During the closure of the main parking area, the Anderegg and Wild Horse Trails will be connected to the Mountain View Trail. Trail Closure & Alternate Parking Map Temporary restroom facilities will be provided. The drinking fountain will not be available and park users are urged to bring drinking water for themselves and their pets..
APRIL UPDATE: The park center remains closed to the public and will reopen by October 2013. All other trails are open. Work has started on Orchard Loop and Goldfinch trails. There may be periodic closures of short sections of the trails as the contractor continues construction. Detours will be provided around work areas on these trails. Please obey trail closure signs and detours during construction.
Oaks Crossing Trail
The trail in Oaks Crossing Natural Area (from Sellwood Riverfront Park to Oaks Amusement Park) will be closed permanently; a drier alternative trail will remain open. During the next month the degraded, frequently flooded trail and the surrounding area will be revegetated with native shrubs and wetland plants. Later, additional split rail fence will be constructed to quide park visitors and protect the natural resources of the site.
George Himes Park
The Marquam Trail to the Iowa Street viaduct underpass is closed at the viaduct on ODOT property. The trail is open on PP&R property. The trail is closed until at least early 2013, due to ODOT construction of the viaduct.
Columbia Slough Trail
Work on a lagoon reconstruction project located at the Columbia Blvd Wastewater Treatment Plant will take place November 2011-2014. During construction, the Columbia Slough Trail will be intermittently closed. Trail users can detour to Columbia Boulevard south of the plant and the trail segment east of the plant. Information & Closure Map
Powers Marine Park
The access road from Hwy 43 (Macadam Ave) to the former Staff Jennings boat store and the park will be closed permanently for the construction of the Sellwood Bridge. The trail within the park will not be accessible during construction. Pedestrian and bicycle access along Hwy 43 will remain open, though there will be posted detours throughout the anticipated 4-year construction. For more info: www.sellwoodbridge.org