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Blue Lake Regional Park Trails

Whether you are looking for a place to have a picnic, host an event or just cool off in the water from the summer sun, Metro’s Blue Lake Regional Park offers it all in a unique, family-friendly setting.

The tree-lined park provides opportunities for boating, fishing and wildlife watching and makes a beautiful backdrop for family gatherings, community events and special programs throughout the year.

Barrows Trail

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.


40-Mile Loop

The 40-Mile Loop was originally proposed in 1904 by the Olmsted Brothers who were brought to Portland from Boston to propose a park system as part of the planning for the Lewis and Clark Centennial Exposition and World's Fair. The connected system was to be a 40-Mile Loop encircling the city. The name, 40-Mile Loop stuck, even as the planned loop trail has lengthened to more than 140 miles to include all of Multnomah County and to connect more than 30 parks. Now, a century later the 40-Mile Loop is nearly complete.


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