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Winding through a nature park, this multiuse trail provides a vital link between SE McLoughlin Boulevard and the Kellogg Creek Bike-Pedestrian Bridge in downtown Milwaukie.
At its southern end by the intersection of Southeast McLoughin Boulevard and Southeast River Road, the pathway connects to the Trolley Trail, which runs 6-miles north-south through Milwaukie's Island Station neighborhood.
Meandering north through the nature park, there is a 60-foot elevated walkway with a smooth concrete surface, railings, and a scenic outlook. The route becomes a paved asphalt trail as it curves towards the bridge. A short concrete path provides an alternate route for a brief portion of the trail and offers an outlook with views of the water.
Connecting to the southern end of the 340-foot-long Kellogg Creek Bike-Pedestrian Bridge, the trail ends. Continue across the bridge to Southeast Main Street and downtown Milwaukie. Cross Main Street to access the MAX Orange Line's Milwaukie/Main Street station. Dogwood Park (11299 SE Main St) is just north of the end of the bridge and has picnic tables, as well as a small parking. There are trees and lighting along the trail route.
In addition to providing a scenic route for recreation, the Kronberg Park Multi-Use Trail serves as an essential transportation link for the surrounding communities, providing a safe and efficient route for cyclists and pedestrians to access local businesses, schools, and other amenities.
Access the trail via the TriMet's light rail system. The MAX Orange Line light rail Milwaukie/Main Street station is across the street from the end of the Kellogg Creek Bike-Pedestrian Bridge.
Parking is available at Dogwood Park (11299 SE Main St).
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