Parques e Natureza em Portland

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This is the closest you'll get to an authentic Japanese Garden outside of Japan. Includes five garden areas - Flat Garden, Strolling Pond Garden, Tea Garden, Natural Garden, and the Sand and Stone ... ler mais

Portland Japanese Garden ranks 2nd in the nation for the most authentic Japanese garden outside of Japan. It is 5.5 acres and has five distinct garden styles which include: strolling pond, the flat... ler mais

Just up the hill from the Rose Garden, Portland’s 5.5-acre Japanese Garden is composed of five distinct garden styles. Influenced by Shinto, Buddhist, and Taoist philosophies, there is always “some... ler mais

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Native American settlement of the area now known as Forest Park is believed to date back 10,000 years. The first European American explorers arrived in the Willamette Valley with the Lewis & Clark ... ler mais

Stretching for 8 miles it is the country's largest urban forest reserve. Head out to the 10+ mile(one way) Leif Erickson Trail for a wide, easily walkable trail w/ trail markers for distance. The ... ler mais

Forest Park flanks the hills on the west side of the city, just 10 minutes by car from downtown, and overlooks Portland's main waterway, the Willamette River (another tip for fitting in with the lo... ler mais

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Laurelhurst Park

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SE Cesar E Chavez Blvd & Stark St·Mapa·Horas·Site·

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Beautiful park with duck pound, walking trails, basketball court and a lovely playground only 8 blocks from us.

Beautiful 31 acre park designed by Emanuel Mische along the lines of Central Park in NYC, full of majestic Douglas Fir, blue spruce, rhododendron, and linden trees. The perfect place for a morning ... ler mais

The country's first park to be placed on the national registry of historic places. Laurelhurst Park includes a basketball court, soccer field, tennis court, volleyball court, playground, dog off-l... ler mais

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An enormous collection of trees from around the world in our very own backyard. If you're a tree lover... Grab a map of the trails at the visitor center and pick your route based on your favorite t... ler mais

At Hoyt Arboretum, every tree has a story to tell. Founded in 1928 to conserve endangered species and educate the community, Hoyt Arboretum encompasses 189 ridge-top acres, accessible by 12 miles o... ler mais

Hoyt Arboretum encompasses 189 ridge-top acres, accessible by 12 miles of hiking trails. A place of beauty and serenity in all seasons, Hoyt Arboretum is easily accessible from anywhere in the Port... ler mais

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Tons of beautiful trails that wind around this extinct volcano. Grab a coffee to go from Albina Press (SE Hawthorne & 50th) and stroll around some of the many reservoirs. Or, pack a picnic and catc... ler mais

Just a few minute walk from The Cottage, Mt. Tabor Park is ENORMOUS. It has two giant historic reservoirs (the Mt Tabor neighborhoods are constantly battling with the city to reopen these iconic r... ler mais

Take a nature walk from the lil house to Mt Tabor park, which is a dormant volcanic vent. Find the park entrance on 60th Ave/Lincoln. Which is a simple walk east from the lil house. Follow all t... ler mais

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Washington Park

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4033 Southwest Canyon Road·Mapa·Horas·Site·

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Beautiful place with lots to see and do. Washington Park is a public urban park, which includes the Portland Zoo, forestry museum, arboretum, children's museum, rose garden, Japanese garden, amphit... ler mais

Home of the Portland Rose Garden, is the oldest official continuously operated public rose test garden in the United States and features more than 10,000 roses. Has spectacular views of downtown an... ler mais

Portland Rose Garden, PDX Zoo, Japanese Gardens, Arboretum, panorama of downtown Portland, tons of green space, trails and parks and historic homes in this iconic Portland park above downtown. Take... ler mais

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Unofficially known as the Portland Rose Garden, this is the oldest official continuously operated public rose test garden in the US and features more than 10,000 roses. Each year, hundreds of thous... ler mais

With over 7,000 rose bushes, 700+ varieties spread over more than 4.5 acres, the garden is an international repository. The idea for the garden began In 1917, at time at which Portland already h... ler mais

One of Portland's nicknames is the City of Roses, and this town has long been an incubator for the scented beauties. In 1917, the Rose Garden was born, and lives on as the oldest official, continuo... ler mais

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Running/Walking/Biking around the Waterfront, and along Springwater Corridor - any of the bike rental shops can tell you where to catch the many bike lanes that cross the town

Beautiful bike path to get to Sellwood & connect with Eastbank Esplanade or downtown.

Super fun bike path: Rails to Trails, an old railroad track complete with trestles and bridges.

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Peninsula Park is a formally designed neighborhood park, (early 1900s). It includes the city's first public rose garden and first community center, a historically designated gazebo, and sport fields.

The following historical information is from the City of Portland's Parks and Recreation Website: "Designed in 1912 as a French-style parterre, this is one of Portland's most beautiful formal ros... ler mais

Beautiful rose garden, water fountain, huge grass field for sports, horseshoe pits, swimming pool, jungle gym for kiddos and large pine and oak trees on the park perimeter. Perfect for a jog, picni... ler mais

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This is an oasis of calm in the middle of downtown Portland. The garden is extremely unique. It was built by 65 artisans from Suzhou, China and took 14 months to complete. The defining feature is t... ler mais

Gain insights into Medieval Chinese culture in this authentic formal garden, made in China, disassembled block by block, and reassembled on an entire city block in downtown Portland. An unforgetta... ler mais

This Chinese garden resides in old Chinatown in downtown Portland. It's an easy ride on the MAX. Inside the garden is a tea house, where you can order just about any tea you can imagine. Afterward,... ler mais

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645 acre watershed. Hiking & running trails, paved bicycle path & horse trails. Wheelchair-friendly loop. Famous for birds, salmon & trout, beavers, trilliums & 90 species of wildflowers.

The only state Park in PDX city limits-fourteen miles of trails through forested slopes. Beavers, owls, bats, many bird species and wildflowers are in this peaceful area which runs along The burbl... ler mais

Located about 15 minutes from downtown Portland, it is the only state park within a metropolitan area. With 8 miles of hiking trails, 3 mile paved bike trail, & a paved all abilities trail there re... ler mais

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Alberta Park

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1905 NE Killingsworth St·Mapa·Horas·Site·

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Beautiful, huge pine tree park. Has everything: tennis court, dog park, covered basketball court, play ground, picnic tables, running trail, baseball fields and grassy fields to lounge in the sun.

A large park with a half-mile loop trail for running or walking. Also, baseball diamond, covered basketball courts, tennis courts and various playground equipment. Go see the bicycle polo tournaments.

Is right down the street - a block and a half away. Majestic Doug Firs, crazy (not scary) dogs and kids, running path, tennis court and bicycle and unicycle polo! Where else!!

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Truly one of the most beautiful places in Portland. A well kept secret. It has wandering stone paths and water ways. Free on Mondays and Tuesdays, but well worth the price on other days.

This beautifully landscaped garden has many water features and a large pond that makes it the perfect place to find water birds of all types all year round. It's especially lovely in the spring and... ler mais

Windy paths and wooded knolls weave through seven acres of beautiful rhododendrons, azaleas and companion plants. Several duck species paddle happily about in the springs. Lovely place for picnic... ler mais

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Nothing shows off Portland like Waterfront Park. One mile down Hawthorne by bus, car, bike or foot is the Willamette River and its 10 mile bridge laced loop. Rain or shine you just have to go there.

Excellent people watching and a lovely walk along the Willamette River. I recommend the entire waterfront loop (west to east side) .... walk across the Hawthorne and back on the Steel bridge. Or ri... ler mais

Great place to take a walk along the river and take in the downtown walking, running, cycling, skateboarding, boating and you-name-it scene. If it's really hot, cool off in the Salmon Springs fount... ler mais

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An easily accessible trail that offers a wooded path and parallels the creek and multiple waterfalls. A great trail even regardless of your experience level, some steep areas and loose rocks.

Nothing captures the essence of the gorge better than the historical Eagle Creek Trail, with several large waterfalls, many small falls, a great variety of wildflowers, and a wilderness area to exp... ler mais

Very easy hiking trail (easy ascent going in) that features incredible stream valley, incredible water falls & cliffs, and is part of the internationally famous Pacific Crest Trail (so you'll often... ler mais

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Our great neighborhood park! Great walking/running trail, horseshoe pits, basketball courts, tennis courts, soccer fields. Huge trees and picnic areas!

Located across the street from Plum Blossom Cottage. Basketball and tennis courts. Large trees, children's playground and splashing fountain. Summertime free movies, concerts and other events.

Family and pet friendly...classic Portland neighborhood park. Has four tennis courts and as many basketball and several baseball diamonds and a dog park. Great for stroll with cup of coffee before ... ler mais

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Check out the local wildlife and then jump onto the Springwater Corridor Trail. Go by foot, bike or even horse and take in the beautiful views of the forest and the river. If you're feeling adventu... ler mais

Oaks Bottom is a floodplain located along the east bank of the Willamette River. There is an easy 2.3 mile, mostly level, loop trail,that takes you past wetlands, the Portland Memorial Mausoleum, a... ler mais

It is a designated wildlife refuge and it is located "right over there!" The trailhead is right behind the baseball field at Selwood Park. Turn right at the bottom of the hill and follow the trail ... ler mais

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Beautiful park with tall trees, tennis courts, indoor Olympic size pool.

Its only 5 mins away on Chautauqua. Tennis courts, indoor swimming pool, and the coolest grove of Doug Firs in NoPo. A short walk across Lombard and through the Columbia Annex gets you to the Bluff... ler mais

A wonderfully antique park, take a walk over here and see trees more than 100 years old. Large walking trail and indoor pool!

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Take this hike for some exercise on a lovely shaded trail with intermittent views and a sweeping view up and down the Columbia River from the top, well worth the vertical walk.

Great view of Columbia Gorge on a fairly easy five-mile hike to viewpoint.

One of our favorite hikes in the Gorge for views! About 4.8 miles round trip

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A short hike and stunning views! The highest point in Portland... you can see all four major mountains in the distance on a clear day or simply sit out on the grass and take in the breeze.

Highest spot in Portland with views in all directions.

Closest part to my home with beautiful views of the city and mountains. Numerous hiking and running trails available including the infamous 4T Trail.

Council Crest is thought to be the highest point in Portland at 1,073 feet above sea level. Originally known as Talbot's Mountain after its pioneer settlers, it has also been known as Glass Hill an... ler mais

Council Crest Park is a destination in its own right--the highest point in the city, and is on the Portland 4T Trail, a 4.5 mile hike of 9,398 steps, moderate difficulty and involves Trail, Tram, T... ler mais

The highest point within the city limits of Portland, Council Crest Park was for many years Portland's lover's lane, where couples would go in their cars to make out in the moonlight.

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Enjoy the playground with your kids, the beautiful, massive off-leash area with your doggie, the tennis court for a quick game, or run the track in the morning to keep in shape while you're in P-town.

Nearby park that has a huge off-leash area for dogs. Pretty decent playground and lots of room for sports. There is a track as well.

This is our nearest local park, just 6 blocks east. It is about 30 acres of rolling open space. There are tennis courts, a few picnic tables, a huge playground and lots of dogs in the dog area runn... ler mais

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Extinct volcanic cinder cone butte with mountain views and city views. Also a good place to watch planes come in.

Drive up to the top to see a stunning view of the city, or if you are in to rock climbing, there is an area for that as well!

Out-of-the-way option for relaxing on the grass amid sweeping views of the city, airport & river.

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Take the lower macleay trail to Pittock Mansion. This is a moderate 5 mile out and back (with a small loop) trail with about 900 feet in elevation gain. Hike through lush forest up to a Victorian-... ler mais

A trail in the city that is so wooded and surprisingly beautiful all season round. If you take this trail to the top and cross to the wildwood trail you can reach the pittock mansion for a great vi... ler mais

Fairly easy hike right adjacent to NW Portland. Have a hike and stop at a nearby restaurant for lunch. Or if you are looking for a bit more, continue up the upper trail to Pittock Mansion.

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I really enjoyed this hike. Spectacular views. It gets somewhat windy at the top.

The Angel’s Rest hike is a short trek that leads to an incredible view of the Columbia River Gorge. This is our go to trail for out of town guests.

There are all kinds of hiking trails along this highway and I can't pick one that is best..they are all great and most have waterfalls. You don't have to go to multnomah falls....

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The best park in town. A mulched track, lots of big trees, a couple of fields and a great kids' playground. Not too rainy in the winter and not too hot in the summer, thanks to those trees.

If you want to get a quick run in from the guesthouse, Wilshire Park is about a 3 mile out and back flat option. There's a tree-lined loop path around the park once you get there to add on a little... ler mais

Half-mile track around the perimiter, off-leash area for dogs, playground, picnic tables, baseball field, grassy areas. This is my go-to green space!

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A short hike and stunning views! The highest point in Portland... you can see all four major mountains in the distance on a clear day or simply sit out on the grass and take in the breeze.

Highest spot in Portland with views in all directions.

Closest part to my home with beautiful views of the city and mountains. Numerous hiking and running trails available including the infamous 4T Trail.

Council Crest is thought to be the highest point in Portland at 1,073 feet above sea level. Originally known as Talbot's Mountain after its pioneer settlers, it has also been known as Glass Hill an... ler mais

Council Crest Park is a destination in its own right--the highest point in the city, and is on the Portland 4T Trail, a 4.5 mile hike of 9,398 steps, moderate difficulty and involves Trail, Tram, T... ler mais

The highest point within the city limits of Portland, Council Crest Park was for many years Portland's lover's lane, where couples would go in their cars to make out in the moonlight.

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Rocky Butte is an extinct volcanic cinder cone butte in Portland, one of four, along with Kelly Butte, Powell Butte, and Mount Tabor. Rocky Butte is a popular location for rock climbers in the Port... ler mais

From the bottom of our driveway access miles of trails by foot, bike or horse, through old growth forests, hilltop pastures, orchards and 360 degree views of the Sierras, Mt Hood, Mt St Helens and ... ler mais

The best 360 degree view of the city from the top of an extinct volcano. The stonework and aircraft beacon have earned it a spot on the National Register of Historic Places. Drive to the lookout by... ler mais

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City Park with lots of stuff to do! Picnic area, basketball court, playground, softball field, tennis court and backboard, volleyball court.

It's where Portlandian's go to be authentic. Come here in Summer on any night and you'll see folks playing with lighted up hula hoops, rope walking, fire throwing, dancing, guitar strumming, etc

Dodge ball tournaments on Monday nights (summer) in the tennis courts, and the occasional flame throwers and slack liners hang out here throughout the week. This is the ultimate Portland hipster p... ler mais

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This is just a beautiful mix of playgrounds, big open spaces with views to the Coast range, fantastic trees, a skateboard park, bike paths, tennis courts, community garden and rec center w/ pool & gym

Enormous park! Has walking trails through grassy hills and wooded forest, tennis courts, skate park, basketball courts, kids playgrounds. Nice place to see the sunset over the coastal mountains in ... ler mais

Beautiful rolling hills. Perfect place to watch the sun set. Tennis, dog park, community gardens, baseball, skate park, walking trails, frisbee and picnic spots.

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A great summer stop in hot weather with your little people. Awesome urban wall fountain fills a wading pool every 10 minutes or so. Bring a lawn chair or blanket. Good ice cream near by.

Wonderful big fountain that kids and adults LOVE to play in on hot days. Lots of nice restaurants and lovely shops all around this fountain park. Great ice cream right across the street. Metered pa... ler mais

A perfect spot to bring kiddos in the summer! Located in the Pearl district downtown (surrounded by yummy places to eat and tree lined streets) this park features a lovely fountain, simulating a sh... ler mais