Stroll through a forest of old-growth trees, play Frisbee on the expansive grassy fields or just sit back and watch the ... More
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 shady trees. In addition to a man-made lake, there is also a large children's play area, more than 30 acres of grass and trails, tennis, volleyball and basketball courts, restrooms and more. Laurelhurst Park has graced the City of Roses since 1911.
what i like about laurelhurst park is how big the park is, all the ponds, little "pockets" of trees. an off-leash dog area, which is big and unfenced. art sculptures scattered around. many walking paths. lots of things to do; tennis courts, basketball courts, volleyball courts, art studios, play areas, etc... close to down town, yet when you in the inner part of the park you cant hear the busy streets, etc... and you feel like you are in the middle of nowhere :)
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 ...
Officially named Tom McCall Waterfront Park, but known to Oregonians as just Waterfront Park, this is often the center of
activity in Portland. Festivals, parades, performers, and more make it truly a taste of Rose City. Walk along the ...
Located near Oaks Park , Oaks Bottom Wildlife Refuge and downtown Sellwood, Sellwood Park was built on the old City
View Race Track and acquired by the city in 1909. History looms here along the misty river bank, but ...