The scenic Burnt Bridge Creek Greenway Trail meanders through Vancouver along the creek from Stewart Glen on the shores of Vancouver Lake to Meadowbrook Marsh. Along the way, the trail passes through through forests, grasslands and city neighborhoods, as well as Leverich Park and Arnold Park mid-way. Travelers should take note that the trail veers onto sidewalks in a few well-marked places.
Parking and Trail Access
A trailhead is available mid-way along the route from Leverich Park's northern parking lot. From I-5, take exit 2, go east on E. 39th St., then north on NE Leverich Park Way.
A trailhead is also available from Stewart Glen. From I-5, take the 78th Street exit, go west to Lakeshore Avenue, then take a left (south) until you reach the intersection with Bernie Drive; parking is along the street.
Lightly forested & rolling hills (West), marshes & duck ponds (East)
Greenway Stewart Glen Trailhead (West)
Heading east to Alki Road review:
Beginning with a lightly forested canopy with Burnt Bridge Creek on your left, the trailhead opens to beautiful rolling hills. You'll see robins, blue jays, sleepy horses, chicken ...