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Marine Park Trailhead

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

At Marine Park, Waterfront Renaissance Trail (bobcat)


Hikes including this location

Fees and Regulations

  • Dogs on leash
  • No parking fee
  • Restrooms, play area, picnic tables
  • Park closed 10:00 p.m. – 5:00 a.m.

Driving Directions

Drive I-5 north across the Columbia River and take Exit 1A for Highway 14, Hospital, and Camas.

After 0.4 miles, merge with Highway 14 East.

Drive another 0.4 miles, and use the right lane to exit for for SE Columbia Way toward Fort Vancouver National Historical Reserve.

After 0.3 miles, keep right to merge with Columbia Shores Boulevard.

Drive under the BNSF railroad overpass, and take the first left onto SE Columbia Way.

Proceed 1.2 miles, and turn right onto Marine Park Way.

In about 100 yards, turn left into a parking area at Marine Park.

Alternatives to Driving

  • C-TRAN Bus #6 runs down Grand Boulevard. Get off where Grand meets Columbia House Boulevard, and walk west to Columbia Shores Boulevard. Go left and pass under the BNSF Railroad overpass to reach Columbia Way. To go east on the Renaissance Trail head left along Columbia Way. To go west, walk up Columbia Shores Boulevard until you reach the riverfront.


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