THPRD’s 60-mile urban trail system helps residents and their families enjoy the outdoors and spend quiet time away from the rush of today’s world.
Trails also provide a great way to get to work, the grocery store or to a friend's house while getting exercise and living a healthy lifestyle.
Use the Locate a Park or Trail tool in the THPRD Toolkit in the upper right corner of the page to find a park near you. For trail questions, call 503/629-6350.
The Document Center on the right side of the page has maps covering our regional trails and all quadrants of the district.
Site Specific Trails
- Commonwealth Lake Park
- HMT Recreation Complex
- Tualatin Hills Nature Park
- Cooper Mountain Nature Park
- Rock Creek Regional Trail
- Schiffler Park Paths
Want More Details?
Our partner, Access Recreation, has created a guide to help you know what to expect when you visit the Oak Trail at the Tualatin Hills Nature Park. The photos in the link provide information that people of all abilities can use to determine if the trail meets their needs or desired experience. It also includes a video of how to get to the park from public transportation. Click here for more details.
To use our trails as a way to get out of the car and still get where you need to go, the following resources will help with ideas and safety information.
- Connect to public transit with TriMet.
- Drive Less, Save More has tips about commute options.
- The Westside Transportation Alliance provides information beyond the trail system.
Beaverton Bike Route Guide The Bike Beaverton bike route map is now available. You can download a printable version at the links below or pick up a copy at City Hall or the Library.
- Bike Route Map PDF (Large File - 2 MB)
- Downtown Inset Map PDF
- Fanno Greenway Inset Map PDF
- Regional Connections Inset Map PDF (Large File - 6 MB)
This page was last updated on Monday April 21 2014 at 11:53 AM.