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#1 of 6 Nature & Parks in Beaverton
You can vary how you loop around, so your walk can be 1 mile or 4. The best feature is you can reach this park easily from anywhere in the Portland area, the Max train has a stop here!
This lovely little nature park offers both lovely walks through forested spaces and benches and overlooks to pause in relative quiet contemplation.
Washington Park Portland 5.5 km away
#1 of 132 Nature & Parks in Portland
Beautiful park, includes test rose gardens, Japanese garden, performing outdoor theater, fabulous zoo, holicost memorial, hiking trails, children's playground and just a great place to walk.
Washington Park is what I think the green oasis of Portland and you can go running, having a picnic, or visit the many attractions within the park: Rose Garden, Japanese Garden, Zoo, Holocaust Memorial, Archery Ra...
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#2 of 6 Nature & Parks in Beaverton
Excellent park to take a hike, caution some of the trails are steep Information signs are very helpful
The fields, trees, the seating benches and the beautiful views make this nature park so amazing.
Hoyt Arboretum Portland 6.9 km away
#6 of 132 Nature & Parks in Portland
The Arboretum provides a wonderful place to stroll and appreciate nature - while only being a ~15min MAX ride from downtown Portland.
It is connected with Washington Park, the zoo, the rose gardens and Forest Park by easily hikeable trails.
#3 of 6 Nature & Parks in Beaverton
Access to the greenway is from a small parking lot on SW Denney Rd. (recognizable for its fish-shaped bike rack), from Greenway Park (via a lighted crosswalk at SW Hall Blvd.), or from a trail from SE Bel Aire Ln.
Close in and meandering through parks, residential areas and trees.
Oregon Zoo Portland 6.8 km away
#14 of 132 Nature & Parks in Portland
Shadow place on a hot sunny day - amazing elephant Park and house Amazing park and lovely paths to walk through
The PNW area is immersive and breathtaking: you feel like you've stepped into the forest and are on a guided nature hike.
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International Rose Test Garden Portland 8.0 km away
#4 of 132 Nature & Parks in Portland
The Portland Rose Gardens in Washington Park overlooks Portland from downtown bustling city streets and rapid transit weaving between sky scrapers to Mt Scott, Mt Tabor, Powell Butte and farther east to snow cappe...
... views of the city, and the blooming roses are a visual and olfactory treat throughout the summer, with local history and adjoining attractions of the Japanese Gardens, Oregon Zoo, Hoyt Arboretum and Forest Park.
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Portland Japanese Garden Portland 8.0 km away
#12 of 132 Nature & Parks in Portland
Stunning setting on a hillside in Washington Park, this garden has all you could hope for: lovely tea room set among the trees, zen gardens, koi ponds, waterfalls, stone temples scattered throughout, breathtaking...
Outside the garden you can meander down to the Portland Rose Garden, up the trails to Hoyt Arboretum and beyond for miles into beautiful Forest Park by way of Balch Creek (and stop at the Audubon Society) or stop...
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Forest Park Portland 9.2 km away
#3 of 132 Nature & Parks in Portland
But Portland itself has some astonishing natural beauty, and Forest Park is really worth a visit; it's an actual forest in a city park! It's huge - much bigger & wilder-feeling than Central Park, Hyde Park, Hampst...
Main trail is 11 miles long with several other trails branching out which give the visitor plenty of options to explore the park and have an amazing day.
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#5 of 6 Nature & Parks in Beaverton
Lan Su Chinese Garden Portland 10.6 km away
#9 of 132 Nature & Parks in Portland
We did the self-guided tour on our last day in Portland, and I'm so glad we took the time to go! It's a peaceful garden tour, full of beauty and nature, and offering a leisurely time-out from the hectic city pace.
The occasional tai chi class is reminiscent of larger gardens and parks in China where seniors spend their mornings exercising.
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Tryon Creek State Natural Area Portland 10.5 km away
#11 of 132 Nature & Parks in Portland
If you are head out to the coast,consider stopping at Fort Stevens State Park that has weekly bird tours, daily kayak tours, junior ranger sessions in the summer, bike rentals, clamming, beaching, hiking... Connec...
This small State Park is in the hills on the SW edge of the city (near Lewis and Clark College) and has extensive trails, a Nature Center, some Old Growth timber(believe it or not!) and is accessible by bike path...
Council Crest Park Portland 7.5 km away
#19 of 132 Nature & Parks in Portland
A couple more switchbacks and I was at Council Crest Park which is very beautiful with manicured lawns, benches, flowers, trees, a famous statue of a woman with child, and a place where you can view all the mounta...
The park has great views of the Cascade Range: Mt Hood, Mt St Helens, Mt Adams, Mt Jefferson, and Mt Rainier.
Cook Park Tigard 10.0 km away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Tigard
The park is great for families, friends, or individuals, the park has everything and then some and is connected via trails to a much larger park system where you can find heron, squirrel, duck, geese, woodpecker,...
We love Cook park...mainly for walking the trails and using the playground, but it has great soccer and baseball fields, a boat dock, and is peaceful.
Crystal Springs Rhododendron Garden Portland 12.5 km away
#5 of 132 Nature & Parks in Portland
The garden is beautifully manicured with hundreds of rhododendron plants of all kinds, with a stream and pond dividing up the land into quiet little pockets of nature.
Beautiful park especially when the rhodies are blooming... lots of waterfoul usually -watch your step- great place for a romantic picnic.
Gabriel Park Portland 5.8 km away
#44 of 132 Nature & Parks in Portland
Tom McCall Waterfront Park Portland 10.2 km away
#16 of 132 Nature & Parks in Portland
My son and I enjoyed a leisurely ride through the park and other areas along the bike/walk path, stopping at the Saturday Marketplace for a delicious snack...too many sights to list...much enjoyed the drawbridge c...
It's Portland and there is the river, the bridges, the activity on the water, and this parks hosts a lot of events and venues throughout the summer months.
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Audubon Society of Portland Portland 7.0 km away
#29 of 132 Nature & Parks in Portland
And the Nature Store shop is a cozy spot where you can browse and buy.
Stopping here was a bonus on our way to visit Forest Park, just 10 min outside of downtown Portland.
Wildwood Trail Portland 7.0 km away
#30 of 132 Nature & Parks in Portland
My husband and I hiked from the trailhead at the south end of McClelly Park/Trail and did the 4-ish miles to Pittock Mansion and back.
Limited free parking and pay parking are the only negatives of this treasure for nature lovers.
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Rood Bridge Park Hillsboro 11.9 km away
#1 of 7 Nature & Parks in Hillsboro
Tucked away near Hillsboro High School this fairly young park on SE River Road is a delight for walking, group picnics, cycling and trails for hiking.
There are a few trails that meander throughout the park amidst tall evergreens, over stone bridges, and past a small lake and a very quaint pond.
Peninsula Park and Rose Gardens Portland 13.4 km away
#7 of 132 Nature & Parks in Portland
The roses were stunningly gorgeous, in a beautiful park with big shade trees in some areas, charming brick stairways, a large gazebo and a lovely fountain.
A beautiful place to see and feel the beauty of nature, and gaze upon rows of roses extend up and down around a lovely magical fountain.
Ira Keller Fountain Park Portland 9.7 km away
#18 of 132 Nature & Parks in Portland
We happened to see the Ira Keller Fountain Park and stopped.
I love how Portland has all of these urban parks that appear out of nowhere.
Rose Garden Children's Park Portland 8.0 km away
#34 of 132 Nature & Parks in Portland
Well-kept rose gardens, nice surroundings, great places to park with cheap parking rates ($1.60/hr).
Laurelhurst Park Portland 14.1 km away
#10 of 132 Nature & Parks in Portland
Wonderful park for walking, dogs, kids, picnic yoga you name it Portland has it all and you can see it and do it in the park, summer concerts and loads of weekday fun
A gracious neighborhood park with gorgeous trees surrounded by big beautiful Victorian homes; a cool and lovely oasis on a hot summer day, spectacular in the fall, too.
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Marquam Nature Park Portland 8.4 km away
#35 of 132 Nature & Parks in Portland
There are a number of trails within the park,and the Marquam train takes you to Council Crest Park with spectacular views of the city and Mt.
You can run, hike, or just walk slowly to the top of Council Crest Park.
Macleay Park Portland 8.8 km away
#39 of 132 Nature & Parks in Portland
... N.W. Upshur Street (that’s the official park entrance, and a small parking lot is there), or park on N.W. Thurman Street, near the bridge, and walk down the steps there to reach the park entrance and trailhead.
Because working out in nature beats the gym
Mill Ends Park Portland 10.2 km away
#23 of 132 Nature & Parks in Portland
Years later and many traffic pattern re-routes, the rose bush returned to primal ooze and now flowers and a bush make up the smallest city park in the world.
What you see is what you get, a tiny park, about the size of a coffee table, but what a hoot, and what a great photo op! Check it off your bucket list.
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#6 of 6 Nature & Parks in Beaverton