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Boring Station Trailhead Park

Day use Hiking trails Biking

Part of the larger 40-mile loop of the Springwater Corridor that stretches from Boring to downtown Portland, Boring Station Trailhead Park will set you off on one of our region’s most popular, historic and well-maintained trails.

Day use Day use
picnic tables  
restrooms  
vehicle and bike parking  

Hiking trails Biking Trails
connects to Springwater Trail to the north
connects to Cazadero Trail to the south

History

The Boring Station Trailhead Park was once a shipping location during streetcar operation. Clackamas County Parks purchased nearly seven acres from the Union Pacific Railroad in 1999, extending from SE Dee Street to 1/3 mile south of Highway 212.

Community Involvement

Community organizations have invested both time and resources into planning and developing the site. The Friends of Boring Station Trailhead Park, in conjunction with the Boring-Damascus Grange and the Boring Community Planning Organization, have cleared the site of debris and resurfaced it with sand and gravel. They have also contributed to bringing a stage, electrical access, water and sewer service, storage area, and a monument to the site. They organized the Boring Farmers Market and have hosted community events and the yearly Celebration in Boring at the site. They've also assisted Clackamas County in acquiring an additional 1/4-acre property that will be developed for parking between the Grange and the Park.

Directions

28008 Keller Road
Boring, OR 97009

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