Take a tour of Ross Island in the Willamette River to discover the wonderful wildlife that call this place home!
Get out on the Willamette to see the city from a different perspective in theis Recess on The Intertwine.
Take the canoes out on the Tualatin River this summer for some fun, sun, relaxation and cute critter spotting.
This neighborhood park on the Willamette River in Lake Oswego is a quiet getaway with stunning views of the 1910 Southern Pacific Railroad bridge and water access for paddlers.
On the west bank of the Willamette River south of downtown Portland, this popular park is one of the best wildlife viewing areas on the river.
The park, situated at the confluence of Stephens Creek and the Willamette River, features a boat dock and nature trails. The confluence provides important rearing and refuge habitat for endangered chinook and coho salmon, steelhead trout, rainbow and cutthroat trout, and Pacific and brook lamprey. Major restorations efforts on the 3.5-acre Stephens Creek Confluence Habitat Enhancement Project were completed by the Bureau of Environmental Services in December 2008.
This nature park is home to two ponds, a 1/2 mile, natural-surface loop trail, an ecoroof-covered gazebo, and a canoe launch into Whitaker Slough.