Ellen Davis Trail

The Ellen Davis Trail is located between St. James and St. Johns boulevards near Northeast 59th Street. Turn west onto Northeast 59th Street into the parking area. The trail skirts the BPA Ross Complex and meets up with Burnt Bridge Creek. It follows the Burnt Bridge Creek over Friendship Bridge to Leverich Park and connects with the Discovery Trail.

The scenery is a mix of woods, valley and creekside meadows, and residential areas. This is a generally flat trail with a couple of steep switchbacks. You will often run into a jogger and a few power walkers along this trail. It is a multi-use trail open to hikers, cyclists, and horseback riders.

Since 1994, The ESD 112 re-entry program has been the steward of the Ellen Davis Trail. In partnership with the Chinook Trail Association, they have done a great job maintaining the blackberry; scotch broom and other invasive weeds that have grown along the trail.

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