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.
If you are looking for a place to walk your dog or just like being around them, then Mt. Tabor park is just for you. Located in the popular Mt. Tabor district, this spot is been frequented by locals who want a great view of the city to park with that special someone. If you like to get your daily exercise the walk up the mountain is gradual and offers a relaxing atmosphere to take in the the beauty around you. This is a free park so just the view and do some people and animal watching. Oh, and don't forget the pooper scooper.
We never get tiered of going. This park is for all ages. Where else can you place basketball inside a volcano crater!
Picnic tables, veiws, kid play area, view of the city and mountains. Great place for bike riders and dog walkers and hikers.
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