Forest Park is massive and has so many hiking trails! Be sure to bring water and wear proper attire, as this is real hiking. There are places to park off the road all throughout forest park.
It’s a bit of a factoid that Forest Park, which sprawls all through the northwestern part of the city, is the largest park in city limits in the US. Whether or not that’s actually true is unimportant. The lush forest is an essential visit for anyone coming into town. Stroll through sun-dappled…
Amazing park with hundreds of miles of trails and lots of great sniff spots! Right next to Portland so we don't have to be in that large machine with four wheels very long.
Go for a hike or off road bike ride here - lots of great trails like Leif Erickson, Saltzman and many others
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.
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…
One of the best parks with little elevation gain. It's beautiful, quiet, relaxing, and big. Greenery as far as the eyes can see.
Huge urban park in west hills, includes the Zoo, Rose Garden, play grounds, trails, Hoyt Arboretum,
“Skip the libraries, and spent the day enjoying the shelves in Powell's like a Portlander. This location has very rare books. The location of Hawthorne has a cozy cafe and easier parking.”
“Just a block away, the art museum is a bit of a maze. Make sure you travel across the underground tunnel to see the other half. ”
“The Japanese Garden is a great place to visit during most of the year. Since some of the design elements are specifically made to incorporate rain, going there in the winter/spring when it’s wet is still a good experience. ”
“This is a great museum and day trip! Pack a lunch and wander the grounds admiring the views after touring. Or skip the tour and hike the area. It is a wonderful museum, well preserved and the historic shower is my favorite!”