Vancouver, WA

Burnt Bridge Creek Greenway

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The Burnt Bridge Creek Greenway is a great spot for a longer off-road run near Vancouver. The paved multi-use path runs from Meadowbrook Marsh Park for nearly 8 miles west to Vancouver Lake in Stewart Glen. It’s a mix of grassland, parks, and wooded sections. The closest access point to central Vancouver is Arnold Park, 3 miles north of the city. From there, it’s 3 miles west to the lake or 5 miles to the eastern terminus.

The trail follows the rough outline of Burnt Bridge Creek, passing through several parks, where there are some additional trails. There are a couple of short on-road sections. From west to east, it’s a gradual uphill.

Essentials
  • 8 miles (13 km) one-way
  • 391m (120m), west to east
  • Depends on section chosen. West trailhead is at Stewart Glen; East End is at Meadowbrook Marsh Park
  • Numersous access points and parking areas - see trail map

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Essentials
  • 8 miles (13 km) one-way
  • 391m (120m), west to east
  • Depends on section chosen. West trailhead is at Stewart Glen; East End is at Meadowbrook Marsh Park
  • Numersous access points and parking areas - see trail map