The future Ice Age Tonquin Trail will offer bicyclists and pedestrians safe, new connections between Wilsonville, Sherwood, and Tualatin.
You Have a Stake in the Tonquin Trail Master Plan
Imagine a bicycle outing with family or friends that begins at the Tualatin River National Wildlife Refuge, follows Cedar Creek through Sherwood and brings you to Metro's 250-acre Graham Oaks Nature Park in Wilsonville. Leaving your bike at the trail head, you take a leisurely hike through the restored Oregon white oak woodland where you can glimpse Mount Hood and hear the cry of red-tailed hawks nesting in the park's conifer forest.
This is one of many adventures promised by the future Ice Age Tonquin Trail, a multi-use regional trail that will connect natural areas, neighborhoods, schools, jobs, shopping centers, and transit stops between Sherwood, Tualatin, and Wilsonville. Metro's website for the Ice Age Tonquin Trail Master Plan provides additional information, including area maps.