ALTRUSA PARK TRAIL
Altrusa Park Trail, also known as Mt. Solo Trail, runs 1.3 miles along the slough area behind homes in this Mt. Solo development. This hidden gem on the outskirts of town is a lovely nature trail with access to Altrusa Park, which features a playground, basketball courts, picnic shelter and tables.
CLONEY PARK TRAIL
This 0.25 mile loop circles Cloney Park playground and field, where you might catch some local youth soccer practices, or find some painted rocks hidden by our active local rock painting community. Cross 28th Ave for access to Cloney Skate Park and the BMX track. There's fun for all ages in this little park network!
One of our longest fully paved trails at 1.3 miles, this nicely landscaped, well-lit path runs the entire distance of the slough between Oregon Way and Douglas Street. With access to Archie Anderson Park, this is a great path for a family stroll or those seeking a safer, greener, bike-friendly alternative to Industrial Way traffic.
LAKE SACAJAWEA TRAIL
A 3.6 mile gravel trail circles Lake Sacajawea Park. Along the trail visitors will come across benches, lighting, pedestrian bridges, playgrounds, picnic tables, picnic structures, arboretum information, rhododendron gardens, fountains, public art, nature watching, Japanese gardens, astrology information, mutt mitt stations, restrooms, and much more.
PACIFIC WAY TRAIL NW
PACIFIC WAY TRAIL SE
This 2 mile trail split into two sections features a scenic route along the dike next to ditch #6 on the south side of Pacific Way. The SE section of the trail begins at 30th Avenue and extends to 38th Avenue. The NW section of the trail begins at 42nd Avenue and extends to 48th Avenue. This flat, wide gravel path winds between Pacific Way and the ditch that some of our local wildlife has claimed as a little urban oasis. Easy access to some quick bird watching, or a good biking or dog walking alternative to busy Pacific Way.
R.A. LONG TRAIL
This 0.3 mile gravel trail is a passport to the past as it circles beautiful, tree lined R.A. Long Park in the center of the Longview Civic Center Historic District, recognized by the National Register of Historic Places and the Washington Heritage Register. Follow numerous historical markers as you view historic architectural landmarks such as the Longview Library, the Art Deco style Longview Post Office, the Monticello Hotel, Shay locomotive, the rose garden, and more.
VANDERCOOK PARK TRAIL
Vandercook Park Trail is a 0.25 mile loop around quaint Vandercook Park nestled in the center of Longview's historic Old West Side neighborhood. This is a great place to get your steps in under a shady canopy of trees while the kids can play on the playground without leaving your sight, or see our active local tennis and pickle ball players in action.