Mt Tabor is a very popular destination and features expansive views of downtown Portland, picnic areas, a dog off-leash area, natural surface and paved paths, a playground, a performance stage, and tennis, volleyball and basketball courts.
This four mile trail can be windy at times, but it is a beautiful, convenient and family-friendly trail that runs right along the Columbia River from the Broughton Beach boat ramp out to I-205.
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.