With a view of the Fremont Bridge stretching over the Willamette River to downtown Portland, the railroad tracks and the ... More
With a view of the Fremont Bridge stretching over the Willamette River to downtown Portland, the railroad tracks and the docks below, this park is a hidden treasure of the east side. The sweeping view encompasses rolling hills and large open spaces with lush, green grass. The park's amenities include a baseball field, basketball courts, soccer field, picnic shelter with tables, playground equipment and a wading pool. Numerous trails lead to scenic spots and look-out points, making the park a great place for a walk.
As it has so many times, Portland Parks and Recreation decided to rejuvenate an area previously prone to misuse by
vandals and the like. Now fit for families, this 26 acre corner of the city lends unity to the ...
Stroll through a forest of old growth trees, play Frisbee on the expansive grassy fields or just sit back and
watch the wildlife from a comfortable bench. Park visitors should pack a lunch and picnic under one of the ...
It is hard to believe this forest is so close to the city. With miles and miles of walking paths,
Forest Park has room for bicycling, picnics, hiking and more. One of the largest urban forest reserves in the ...