MT TABOR PARK
6220 South Salmon Street, Portland, OR 97215 Directions
Mt Tabor Park has over 200 lovely parks in every area and theme. The location, which included many walking trails, smoothly winding paths, long stairway flights, and plenty of room to view native plants. You can enjoy stunning views across southeast Portland, with reach to the city skyline and West Hills. Tabor Park provides a wide variety of facilities for travelers. They have three official trails visitors can choose from 1.7-mile (2.7 km) green trail, and 3-mile (4.8 km) blue trail & 1-mile (1.6 km) red trail. It is a very popular destination and has extensive views of Portland city center, dog off-leash area & picnic areas. Play areas and restrooms are available.
Walking, Basketball Court, Horseshoe Pit, Reservable, Volleyball, Unpaved, Dog Off-Leash Area, Accessible Restroom, Plaza, Picnic Shelter and Site, Statue or Public Art, Paths, Tennis Court Lighted, Playground, Stage Outdoor & Tables
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210 Northwest Thurman Street, Suite 201, Portland, OR 97210 Directions
Forest Park is one of the US's most extensive urban forests. With more than 80 miles of parks, forest roads, and fire paths. It has more than seven miles off the Tualatin Mountains 'eastern slope. The 30-mile Wildwood Trail in the forest park is part of the 40-mile loop network in the area that connects forest park with pedestrian and bike routes along the Columbia to Gresham. It covers more than 80 kilometers of roads, fire lanes, and woodland highways. Forest Park for the use and enjoyment of all visitors to preserve and develop 47 miles of soft-surface trails.
Biking, Largest City, Educational Programs, Stone House, Guided Trails, Events, Mile Hike, Audubon Society, Walking, West Hills-Trail, Running, Conservation, Outdoor Activities, Nature, Tall Trees & Shops
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POWELL BUTTE NATURE PARK
16160 Southeast Powell Boulevard, Portland, OR 97236 Directions
Powell Butte Nature Park consists of 611 hectares of woodland and meadowland. It has more than 20 million hectares from the Columbia River to the Klamath River, and from the Coast Range crest to the Cascade Range crest. There are over 9 miles (14 km) of trails to the 614-foot (187 m) summit. The park is home to many prey birds with open meadows and wild hawthorn trees. The facility contains an interactive display screen, pipe displays including a 90 'walk-through pipe, solar roof, Portland full-wall mural, and paved interpretive path. Mountain bicycles are allowed on the trails.
Biking Trails, Accessible Restroom, Water Fountains, Nature and Parks, Natural Area, Outdoor Activities, Mountain Bikers, Equestrian & Horseback Riders