Map of the Columbia River Renaissance Trail in Vancouver


Columbia River Renaissance Trail

Columbia River Renaissance Trail Washington map area

Coulumbia River Renaissance Trail


5 miles




Downtown Vancouver


Columbia River waterfront, bridges, Downtown Vancouver, Kaiser Shipyard Viewing Tower, Marine Park, Tidewater Cove, Wintler Park


Marine Drive Trail
I-205 Multi-Use Path


Portland OR
Regional Trails

The Columbia River Renaissance Trail is a 5-mile long paved pathway that connects Downtown Vancouver with the waterfront of the Columbia River. there are beautiful views of the bridges over the Columbia River and the boat traffic along the river. the trail connects several local parks and Pierson Air Field and allows a connection to the trails in the Portland, Oregon area.


The Columbia River Renaissance Trail is paved for the entire route. The trail is open for bike riding, walking and running.


The Columbia River Renaissance Trail goes past the following communities: Downtown Vancouver

Points of Interest

The Columbia River Renaissance Trail goes past the following points of interest:

Esther Short Park
Interstate 5 bridge over the Coulumbia River
Old Aplle Tree Park
Fort Vancouver National Historic Site
Pierson Field
Pierson Air Museum
Marine Park
Tidewater Cove Marina
Wintler Park
Nearby Trails

Marine Drive Trail: this trail follows the south shores of the Columbia River in Portland, Oregon. The trails in the Portand area can be reached via the pedestrian lane of Interstate 5 bridge and the Interstate 205 Bridge over the Columbia River.

I-205 Multi-Use Path: this trail crosses the Columbia River with a bike land in between the north and southbound lanes of the Interstate 205 bridge over the Columbia River.

End Points

The west end of the Columbia River Renaissance Trail is located along Columbia Street in Downtown Vancouver.

The east end of the trail is located at Winler Park on SE Beach Drive in Vancouver.


Following are links to official off-site resources to find out more details about the Columbia River Renaissance Trail in Vancouver, Washington