The Port of Cascade Locks and Oregon Department of Transportation are planning for a future bike and pedestrian path network within Marine Park that will be accessible for everyone. Trail designs will observe the park's cultural and historic significance and complement its natural beauty.
The technical team will be developing a plan to understand the construction costs, environmental and cultural implications of building the trail, and understand any other risks tied to construction. This planning-level project should be completed by early 2022. Funding for the trail construction has not been set aside, but the Port of Cascade Locks is developing a funding strategy.
This project is tied to a previous project that examined a new entrance from Wa Na Pa Street near the post office that would allow people walking, biking or using mobility devices to safely cross the railroad tracks and enter Marine Park. The design for that crossing will not be considered as part of this project.
More information about this previous project can be found at: https://portofcascadelocks.org/marine-park-entrance/
Port of Cascade Locks – Marine Park
Cost and Funding
$238,000 for planning. Funds not identified for construction.
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