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We visited in early November so much of the area was closed to hikers in migration season. But the walking paths were nice (and easy) as far as they went - would have been nice that they were closed ahead so we could have chosen...More
Took our grandson to see the wildlife center, he wanted to compare it with the nature center back home in the Chicago suburbs! The thing was most interested in was the fact the there were no live animals to see. Back home we have a...More
Beautiful and serene walking paths but no trail running, bikes, or pets. During the summer (May through September) you can walk on the trails around the entire perimeter of the nature center but from October through April you a limited to one side of the...More
took out of town guests on a walking tour of the Tualatin River National Wildlife Refuge. Even my 75 year old father-in-law had a good time and was able to walk on the (many) flat paths easily. the paths are lightly graveled, with many areas...More
Just north of Sherwood and off 99W, this seems like an unlikely location for a nature walk. However, we found this to be a great spot to walk and observe wildlife. The visitor center was open and volunteers were very helpful. We checked out multiple...More
The is a short drive from downtown Portland. The parking is free and the staff were knowledgeable and went above and beyond. The pathways are easy to walk and lots of opportunities to see the American Bald Eagle, different types of ducks and birds. Great...More
It was free to get in and free parking . We went into the visitor center and the volunteer were very nice and really helpful. The power had gone out do to a windstorm the day before but the reserve was still open. They gave...More