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Best Hiking Trails in Gresham

Handpicked Top 3 Hiking Trails in Gresham, Oregon. They face a rigorous 50-Point Inspection, which includes customer reviews, history, complaints, ratings, satisfaction, trust, cost and general excellence. You deserve the best!

OXBOW REGIONAL PARK

3010 Southeast Oxbow Parkway, Gresham, OR 97080

Scenic Views, Trail Running, Boat Access, Large Group Picnics, Walking, Nature Trips, Kid's Playground Areas, Swimming, Birding, Wheelchair and Kid Friendly, Lake, Mountain Biking, Fishing, Wild Flowers & Wildlife

Hike 12 miles of trails: gentle grades along the river's terraces or steeper trails up a ridge between the river's bends ● Accessible picnic areas, campground restroom/shower buildings, and some campsites

Price: Parking fee is $5 per car or $7 per bus (free with annual pass)

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Mon - Sun 6:30 am - Legal Sunset

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BUTLER CREEK PARK

2501 Southwest Eleven Mile Road, Gresham, OR 97080

Since 2007

Mountain and Road Biking, Trail Running, Wild Flowers, Basketball Full-Court, Drinking Fountain, Lawn, Walking/Jogging Path, Playground, Restrooms, Picnic Table & Barbecue Grill

Wheelchair accessible available ● The park's 1.4-mile Butler Creek Greenway Trail connects to the Springwater Trail and Binford Lake ● A basketball court, lawns, and picnic tables offer even more recreation options

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JENNE BUTTE PARK

2358 Southeast Border Way, Gresham, OR 97080

Since 1853

Playground, Children’s Play Area, Birding, Camping, Wildlife, Nature Trail, Paths, Swings, Picnic Tables, Benches, Restroom Facilities, Lighting and Lawns, Bicycling & Accessible

It is a 6.7-acre undeveloped neighborhood park in the Southwest Neighborhood ● There are significant springs, wetlands and the Jenne Creek headwaters at the park ● This lava field was active for 2 1/2 million years and became extinct about 300,000 years ago

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