Overview Salmon Creek is a 6 mile point-to-point trail located near Vancouver, Washington that features a river. The trail is good for all skill levels offers a number of activity options. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash. Reviews Photos Tracks Ann Lapin (66) 7 days ago N/A: 1 Completed 1 Reviews Loved it! Awesome trail:) fresh air and fresh streams, great view! Trevor Gassaway (67) about 1 month ago N/A: 1 Completed 1 Reviews The trail itself is fairly good, but if you want to find the better views, there is some form of off-trail exploration required. Can get somewhat busy at times, but a better alternative if you don't want to be stuck in a gym. Andi Anderson (565) 6 months ago N/A: 16 Completed 5 Reviews A nice paved trail to walk, jog, or bike on. Just over 6miles, so it gives you enough time to enjoy the scenery. The path is both in sun and shade. Darren Leavitt (658) 7 months ago N/A: 26 Completed 13 Reviews Nice little paved trail. Gets pretty busy. Great option for running if you don't like vehicular traffic. Catrina Wilson (190) 10 months ago N/A: 5 Completed 5 Reviews a nice option than a gym on a nice day. Tracy-Keri Sprenger over 1 year ago N/A: 80 Completed 43 Reviews As another reviewer said, not the best trail you will ever encounter. But there are decent views the whole length of the trail, along with thousands of blackberry bushes along the way. For dog owners, keep in mind that you aren't allowed to bring your dog into the Klineline Pond area (we found this out when we paid to park). Also, the trail is 3.1 miles long one way, which makes it a 6.2 mile walk/hike unless you do a car shuttle. Overall, a nice easy trek on a beautiful Saturday morning. Bryan Levesque (870) over 1 year ago N/A: 17 Completed 10 Reviews Paved trail located inside the city of Vancouver. It's a nice option to have if you don't have time to get out of town, but still want to go for a nice stroll. On a clear day, you have a nice view of Mt. Hood in Oregon to the East, the best view is from the far West point of the trail. NOTE: If you park at the softball fields, you can avoid paying the parking fee at Klineline Lake.