Renaissance Trail

The Columbia River Renaissance Trail runs parallel to the Columbia River for five miles, starting in downtown Vancouver and moving eastward to Wintler Community Park. The port has awarded the Terminal 1 Columbia River Renaissance Trail Connection Project to McDonald Excavating Inc. of Washougal, WA and construction is underway. This project is an extension of the Renaissance Trail from the city’s Waterfront Park to the front of the AC by Marriott hotel. The port expects this connection project to be largely complete by spring 2022, providing bikers and pedestrians another link in the trail that will eventually take them all the way to Wintler Community Park.

Renaissance Trail Rendering
Two middle aged runners along side the Culumbia River

Providing trail access through the Terminal 1 property, a segment previously missing between the Interstate 5 Bridge and the City of Vancouver’s waterfront park, will allow for a contiguous trail.

Combined with adjoining trails, walkers, runners and cyclists will be able to travel nearly 7 total miles on dedicated and separated bicyclist-pedestrian pathways along the Vancouver waterfront.

Renaissance Trail

The Columbia River Renaissance Trail runs parallel to the Columbia River for five miles, starting in downtown Vancouver and moving eastward to Wintler Community Park. The port has awarded the Terminal 1 Columbia River Renaissance Trail Connection Project to McDonald Excavating Inc. of Washougal, WA and construction is underway. This project is an extension of the Renaissance Trail from the city’s Waterfront Park to the front of the AC by Marriott hotel. The port expects this connection project to be largely complete by spring 2022, providing bikers and pedestrians another link in the trail that will eventually take them all the way to Wintler Community Park.

Renaissance Trail Rendering

Providing trail access through the Terminal 1 property, a segment previously missing between the Interstate 5 Bridge and the City of Vancouver’s waterfront park, will allow for a contiguous trail.

Two middle aged runners along side the Culumbia River

Combined with adjoining trails, walkers, runners and cyclists will be able to travel nearly 7 total miles on dedicated and separated bicyclist-pedestrian pathways along the Vancouver waterfront.

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contact the Port of Vancouver at

360-693-3611