Washington Park International Rose Test Garden
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Only one mile down the hill, and always a lovely place to visit. Sits within the giant Washington Park (Trails, Zoo, Museums, Playgrounds, Japanese Garden).
Smell the Roses during bloom season! Great Photo opportunity of Mt Hood and the city of Portland.
In the right season this is a beautiful place with views of Mt. Hood and thousands of roses.
Beautiful views of the city and mountains from this park (if it’s not too cloudy)
Washington Park is one of the oldest parks in Portland. In 1871, the City purchased the original forty acres of land from Amos King, an early developer who bought over 500 acres of land west of the city, for $32,634. The City designated this land "City Park,” despite its relative distance from the…
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