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When complete, the Fanno Creek Greenway will be a 15-mile paved network of fully accessible urban trails, linking two counties and five cities: Beaverton, Tigard, Tualatin, Durham, and southwest Portland. As of autumn 2011, about half of the trail system is finished.
The trail courses along Fanno Creek and will eventually run between the Willamette River in the southwest section of Portland to Fanno Creek's confluence at the Tualatin River. Traversing wetlands, forests, parks and neighborhoods, the trail corridor is home to much wildlife. In addition, many parks and recreation venues provide diversions along the way.
Fanno Creek Greenway Trail has numerous access points, including from various parks and via neighborhoods. Some are as follows:
The Garden Home Recreation Center is located at the northwest corner of Garden Home Road and Oleson Road. Use the north parking lot to access the trail at the northeast corner of the lot.
Vista Brook Park is south of Scholls Ferry Road on 88th Avenue and has a small parking lot. A path loops through the park and joins the main portion of the Fanno Creek Trail along the park's southern border.
The Fanno Creek Park /Denney Road trailhead is located in the northern-most portion of Fanno Creek Park, just west of Highway 217, on the south side of Denney Road. Bicycle parking is also available. Look for the big, green, fish bike rack.
The Fanno Farmhouse, a historic resource, is located at 8405 SW Creekside Place in the Creekside Corporate Center. Parking is available during evenings and weekends on the south side of the house. A short trail leads west from the house, across Fanno Creek to the main Fanno Creek Greenway Trail.
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