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Mount Tabor Park

SE 69th and Belmont Street, Portland, OR 97215
+1 503-823-2223
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A forested mountain peak lying just outside the city of Portland: great for hiking.
  • Excellent51%
  • Very good40%
  • Average7%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible1%
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“cinder cone” (7 reviews)
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SE 69th and Belmont Street, Portland, OR 97215
+1 503-823-2223
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Reviewed 3 days ago

Mount Tabor is a long time favorite for Portlanders. It has mature trees, hiking trails and picnic sites, along with views of the the city and surrounding mountains. It is a great place to escape to from the city that surrounds it.

Thank JeffLookinatFish
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Mount Tabor is a lovely spot in the city to enjoy nature. This was our second time here. The first time we took a bus from the Pearl District (easy) this time we drove (some traffic, but doable). There is no fee to park. Yea!!...More

Thank Mwilliford
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Nice place for a morning run, watching the sun rise over the city. As a Texan, it's a good way to get your heart pumping and thighs screaming from the hills!

Thank astaplet82
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

A must see in Portland. Mount Tabor was established in 1909. There are wonderful trails that lead you to incredible views. Tennis courts and three levels of trails, casual paths and challenging hillsides.

Thank CherieDD
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This is a good place for a picnic or leisurely stroll through nature and the local reservoirs. There are also wild blackberries for the picking that tasted pretty good!

Thank RM-advisor
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

If you're going here to visit the kids' playground or to walk in the woods, this is probably a good place to visit. If you're going because it's an extinct volcano in the heart of Portland and you want to get great views of the...More

Thank Simon B
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We stayed a an air B&B that was close to Mt Tabor. Great little hike. I had been here before when the area had more rain, so the park was very green. Portland is experiencing unusually high temps and no rain so every where you...More

Thank Rhonda A
Reviewed 15 August 2017 via mobile

Mt. Tabor park is often overlooked among Portlands many world class parks, but it deserves better. The park encompasses a long dormant volcano on Portland's east side and until recently served as the main water storage area for the city. It offers spectacular views of...More

1  Thank JohnM562
Reviewed 9 August 2017

We took the kids hiking the other day. It is absolutely beautiful. It is serene and shady and that helps with this summer heat. Seeing all the people walking and some with their dogs is great. The play-place is a favorite for the kids.

Thank chikomborero m
Reviewed 16 July 2017

Nice climb mid-bike ride. Walk around a bit, enjoy the view of the city on a nice day, enjoy a good drink of water, then ride back down. Rough rode precludes Tour de France speeds.

Thank Jim R
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