This 200-acre city park features an extinct volcano, one of the only two urban volcanoes in North America. (The other is in ... More
Mount Tabor Park
This 200-acre city park features an extinct volcano, one of the only two urban volcanoes in North America. (The other is in Bend, Oregon.) Climb to the top for one of the best views offered from the Eastside. Lots of open space makes it a good place for Frisbee, basketball, tennis and other activities. There is plenty of room for group picnics, and young children will enjoy the playground area. Conveniently located near the hip Hawthorne District, this is a come-as-you-are park.
This well equipped park is located deep in downtown Portland's Northwest, only a few blocks from the NW 23rd Ave
shopping district. The Parent Teacher Association of Chapman Elementary School, situated across the street, plays an active role in ...
This land was once owned by a merchant prince, Cicero Hunt Lewis, who was married to Clementine Couch, the daughter
of Captain John Heard Couch. (It's pronounced "cooch"; do not let a local hear you say "couch," like sofa.) ...
Flowing brooks and waterfalls make this fountain a downtown nature excursion. Designed by Michael Lawrence Halprin, the fountain was named
for the man who brought urban renewal to Portland. Wading is permitted in most of Portland's fountains, and on ...