This steeply sloped site is part of the Fanno Watershed, containing the headwaters of the two forks of Woods Creek. Although most of the park was logged about one hundred years ago, there are still some historic trees, and about 98% of the landscape is native including oaks, Douglas fir, cedar, willow, red and blue elderberry, Oregon grape, trillium, thimbleberry. The park offers a natural setting that attracts wildlife in the quiet woods, along the creek, and in the meadow.
Wilderness is a beautiful natural park spanning 51.4 acres. This park consists of numerous hiking trails and pathways. The park has access points on Clark Street, Oregon City Blvd., Prospect Street, and Windsor Terrace.
Vista Brook Park offers a great place to casually or actively recreate as well as bird watching and picnicking opportunities around the pond and all along the regional Fanno Creek Trail. Accessible trail leads to basketball, tennis and a playground.
Tualatin River Open Space is 7 acre beautiful setting on the banks of the Tualatin River. Recent improvements include native plants, a fishing platform, new paths and interpretive signage.
The paved Waterhouse Powerline Trail runs through this linear park.
Whispering Woods is a forested site that appears much larger than its 3-acre space. There is a paved loop trail that drops down to a creek, crossing it twice before heading back up the hill. There is a single picnic table 100 feet from 192nd Ave., and a soft-surface trail connecting this park to the larger floodplain of Beaverton Creek.
This park extends north south along a Waterhouse Powerline Trail with soccer fields and restrooms located within.
Waterhouse park is a lovely setting with a playground, rose garden, paths amongst a wetland, and connections to larger trails.