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“At 5,200 acres, Portland’s Forest Park is one of the largest urban forests in the United States. With more than 80 miles of trails, fire lanes and forest roads, Forest Park stretches for more than seven miles along the eastern slope of the Tualatin Mountains, overlooking Northwest Portland and the convergence of the Columbia and Willamette Rivers. Forest Park offers an unparalleled opportunity for visitors to experience a true Northwest forest without leaving the Portland city limits.”
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“Many styles of gardens showcased in serene 5.5-acre space with waterfall, teahouse & mountain view.”
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Botanical Garden
“A must visit spot for all lovers of roses and plants. Specially beautiful during Spring and Summer. ”
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“Laurelhurst Park is a classic city park, with a little of something for everyone. Playgrounds, basketball courts, tennis courts, and on the other side of a quiet road a wide park in the midst of tall trees with a duck pond and fountains. The walking paths are paved and suitable for those of all abilities, and the park has an off-leash area for dogs. There are numerous benches and picnic spots including a few barbecues, so it is easy to spend a whole day there enjoying the people and the park.”
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“This is undoubtedly one of Portland's treasures not to be missed. It occupies one city block downtown, a serene, tranquil place of utter beauty.”
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“Large forested park covering an extinct volcano with tennis courts, a playground & 360-degree views.”
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Theme Park
“ It is a small amusement park, south of downtown Portland and is one of the oldest continually operating amusement parks in the country. It includes midway games, a skating rink, Herschell-Spillman Noah’s Ark Carousel and many more. ”
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“Go out the front door and head south past the Steel Bridge to enjoy jogging, walking, biking, skateboarding, fountain play, lunching, basketball, fireworks viewing, Segwaying, boat watching, sunrises and sunsets. Due to its recreational use, lunch hours are peak-use hours for the waterfront park. In addition to recreational use, the park is also highly used by bike and pedestrian commuters during rush hours because the park is easily accessible to the downtown Portland workforce and provides a pleasant, off street thoroughfare away from vehicular traffic. It is currently home to the Waterfront Blues Festival, Oregon Brewers Festival, Gay/Lesbian Pride Festival and the Bite of Oregon.”
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“The Rhododhendron gardens is beautifully landscaped and tranquil, and so pleasant to walk in any time of the year. There is excellent bird watching too, with ducks, geese, green herons, cormorants, red wing blackbirds, and the occasional water borne nutria and friendly squirrels. This is one of my favorite parks to come to when I don't want a huge hike, and need the tranquility of trees and water and wildlife. The garden is particularly spectacular in May when the rhododendrons are in full bloom, and in fall.”
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“The first thing you'll notice outside of the residence is the ornately postured, St. Johns Bridge. Under it, Cathedral Park, with bouncing hills of grass, summery sunshine or softly lit winter winds that dance through the seemingly endless pillars and walls of St. Johns Bridge. Steps downhill you'll be looking onto the Willamette River. This park is incredible for one of a kind photos, picnics and brisk strolls in the afternoon.”
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“The focal feature at Peninsula Park is The Rose Garden, a gorgeous display of Portland's official flower, which is meticulously maintained by Portland's Master Gardners and is frequently the site of professional photographer sittings and arts events. The entire park is a equally pleasant with large trees, wide curving walks, large open spaces, and a classic 1930's swimming pool cabana.”
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“Ten blocks down Ainsworth, you'll hit a park full of heritage trees, a terrific playground space, covered basketball courts, tennis court, and may even see some live bike polo, among other things.”
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“Even if you aren't religious, The Grotto is a beautifully tended garden, and a nice place to come contemplate. It is an internationally renowned Catholic shrine and botanical garden. Set on 62 acres and featuring a 100 foot cliff, the garden opens up to many different vistas as you wind your way through the paths. During the holidays, The Grotto is decorated with thousands of lights in their annual Festival of Light.”
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State / Provincial Park
“Just a few miles away and another world of trees and trails awaits. Peaceful watershed so close to the city.”
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“natural area with walking trails that offers rare trees and is great for the whole family”
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“Oaks Bottom is Portland’s first wildlife refuge, and a Sellwood favorite. The nature trail skirts a natural floodplain where you can see a variety of wildlife including deer and all sorts of migrating birds! Hikers can descend into the refuge itself, and those who need more accessibility can stay in the upper park and enjoy the view! Senna and I run down here pretty frequently. ”
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