This open green space may be the best evidence that Portland has more park space for its residents than any other U.S. city. ... More
This open green space may be the best evidence that Portland has more park space for its residents than any other U.S. city. Washington Park has a number of notable attractions, including the International Rose Test Garden, Hoyt Arboretum, Japanese Garden, and Oregon Zoo. Plenty of different spots offer sun, shade, and shelter from the rain and views of the city. There is no charge for the International Test Rose Garden or Hoyt Arboretum.
Portland is called the "Rose City" for a reason: these public gardens, established in 1917 are set above the cityscape
of downtown Portland. They are the oldest official public rose gardens in the United States, and the only place ...
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 ...
Nature is close enough to really enjoy in this metropolitan state park just minutes out of downtown. Walking, hiking, equestrian
and bicycle trails wind along the creek and through the canyon forested with native plants. Bird watching is also ...