Named for the city of Albina and one of its beloved police officers, this old neighborhood park was acquired in 1940. Known ... More
Named for the city of Albina and one of its beloved police officers, this old neighborhood park was acquired in 1940. Known most commonly as Albina Park, it was renamed in 1947 when the community came together to honor former officer Mike Lillis. The park boasts a softball and football field, and playground. Picnic tables are available, although you cannot rent the space for group parties. Perfect for an afternoon nap with shady old growth trees offering protection from the sun. There are no fees to use the park.
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 ...
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 ...
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