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Gateway Green

Park
Gateway Green provides a much-needed site for off-road cycling and other outdoor recreation in East Portland. The system of soft-surface and paved multi-use trails allow visitors to explore the unique site and connect to the regional trail and cycling network.
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Trails and Pump Track are open

Gateway Green trails and pump tracks are open for use during regular park hours - 5:00 am-9:00 pm. Please ride conscientiously and avoid damaging trails; please do not ride wet or soft soil trails until they heal from recent construction.


Visitor Access and Guidance

Help Gateway Green be a good neighbor:
  • Please, do not park in Maywood Park. Parking is available on-street around Gateway Transit Center.
  • Stay on pathways when outside the park.
  • Leave no trace – pack out what you pack in.

This park is car-free! Walkers and bicycle riders can reach the site via the I-205 multi-use path, or ride MAX and buses to the Gateway Regional Center and follow the multi-use path north for about a half-mile to the park entrance. 

Dogs are required to be on leash at all times in the park.

Wet Weather Rules
Please remember the following wet weather guidelines when riding; we need your help to keep Gateway Green’s trails and features in great shape during the Northwest winter. Scout the ride and use extra caution on wet or muddy days.

  • Single-track riders: stay off the trails following significant rain events (if you would leave a boot or tire track, don’t use the trails)
  • Jump-line riders: NO riding during muddy days
  • Skills area/ Pump track: No riding once mud begins to stick to wood features or on the pump track

Thanks for riding considerately and for keeping our parks safe and fun.

Accessibility Notes

Along I-205 bike/pedestrian path, north of Gateway Transit Center and south of Maywood Park. Plan on at least a ¼ mile walk to get to the site, as the only public access points are by bike or foot.

Size in acres

25.27

Year acquired

2014

Park Location or Entrance

Along I-205 bike and pedestrian path
Portland, OR 97220

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Open hours

Park hours: 5:00am-9:00pm

Past construction

Gateway Green Project

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Park amenities/activities

Accessible Restroom
Picnic Table
Paths (Unpaved)
Pump Track
Trails (Biking)
Trails (Hiking)

City section

East
NE