This park is an undeveloped natural area with soft surface trails.
Battle Ground Lake State Park is a camping park with 280 acres of beautiful, forested land in the foothills of the Cascade Mountains.
Barton Park is one of the best parks on the mid-Clackamas River.
Barrows Trail follows the old Barrows Road alignment for approximately half a mile along the top of the stream bank of Barrows Creek in south Beaverton. The east end of the trail then joins the soon to be completed, Westside Linear Park, a trail system that crosses all of Beaverton from south to north. Barrows Trail offers great walking opportunities, from a short, leisurely stroll for half a mile to a more strenuous walk of several miles along the Westside Trail.
This trail -- the first "rails-to-trails" linear state park built in Oregon -- follows an abandoned, 21-mile railroad line that stretches between the cities of Banks and Vernonia.
Bald Peak (1,629' elev.) is located where the worlds of high-tech and rural Oregon meet. Restaurants, shops, nightlife and a fast-paced abound in nearby Hillsboro. Farms, wineries, fruit stands and a slower pace of life can be found in Newberg. Take a relaxing, scenic drive through the Chehalem hills from Hillsboro to Newberg. Along the way, stop at Bald Peak State Park, where you will experience a stunning view of the Willamette Valley. There's a nice grassy hillside perfect for a picnic. Afterward, go for a short stroll through a Douglas fir woodland.
Nestled against Forest Park, five minutes from downtown Portland, is the Portland Audubon Society's 150-acre, free-to-the-public Nature Sanctuary.
This unimproved park is also referred to as Dickinson Woods and has a soft surface trail.
Ainsworth is equal parts waterfall wonderland, hiker's playground and camper's delight.