Trail Details

  • Map/Directions: Google Map
  • Accessible by: Bus 1 and Bus 8
  • Length: 2.1 miles
  • Activities: Handicapped accessible, dogs on leash, running, biking, birding, benches

This waterfront trail built along an old rail corridor offers spectacular harbor and ocean views. Benches and picnic tables are located along the route and at East End Beach. The Beach offers swimming and a public boat launch, as well as public toilets and changing areas during the summer months. Dogs are allowed on the Beach during off season. Kayaks and canoes can be stored on rental racks and launched from the beach or the boat ramp.

Parallel paved and stone dust trails follow the water’s edge. The mostly flat slope has a small rise near the Portland Water District treatment plant, and another near Tukey’s Bridge, where it connects to the Back Cove Trail. This trail is maintained by the City of Portland.