Clark County and several Washington cities have partnered to develop a 46-mile regional trail connecting communities from Ridgefield to Washougal along the northern bank of the Columbia River.
The Lewis & Clark Greenway Trail, aligned along the Columbia River in Clark County, will connect Steigerwald National Wildlife Refuge in Washougal to Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge in Ridgefield. It will also connect four cities and three ports with Fort Vancouver National Park, a visitor's destination along the trail. Two connections to Portland via the Interstate 5 and Interstate 205 bridges make this a bi-state project.
While some of the trail has been developed, there is much more to do! This project is substantial in size and scope, and will require significant multi-jurisdictional planning and collaborative efforts to get started and make progress toward intended goals and actual trail development. The goal is to complete the trail by February 2018.