Canoeing on the Tualatin River in Oregon
Tualatin River Water Trail


Oregon’s Tualatin River Water Trail

Imagine paddling down 40 nautical miles of a peaceful, slow-moving river. Hear the sounds of birds greeting the passersby, while enjoying a cool trip through tree-lined waterways.

Here in the Tualatin Valley, it’s not just your imagination; it’s a reality. The Tualatin River Water Trail starts at the Willamette River at Willamette Park in West Linn, and travels through the Tualatin Valley’s farmlands and natural spaces to Rood Bridge Park in Hillsboro, the end of the Water Trail.

With 12 access points, you can make it a daylong voyage or a quick round-trip between two points.

Download the Tualatin_River Water Trail Map

About the Tualatin River Water Trail:

Plenty of eateries are available within a walkable distance from the launch sites. Several parks, which provide parking, picnic tables and restroom facilities, are located along the river.

During summer months, boat rentals are available from the Tualatin Riverkeepers at Cook Park in Tigard.

Our map, “A Paddler’s Access Guide to the Tualatin River Water Trail” is available at no charge. Order your map today >>>