- Listen to the rustling wind, birds and trickling streams. Stop at Manning. Stop at Vernonia. Stop at Tophill or Buxton. Stop at any of these trailheads and get on this trail to walk, bicycle, clop along on your horse or push the stroller. Look at the old trestles and gorgeous wildflowers, animals and trees. Hop on board. 21 miles of adventure await. There's a ticket with your name on it.
Vital stats: There is no fee to use this park. Call (503) 324-0606 or (800) 551-6949 for more information or to receive a free brochure with a map in the mail.
The Banks-Vernonia Trail offers opportunities for hiking, biking, horseback riding, picnicking, viewing wildlife, viewing scenery, bird watching, and interpretive programs.
The Banks-Vernonia Trail is located to the west of Portland, between the towns of Banks and Vernonia.
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