The McLoughlin Promenade is a 7.8-acre linear park on the bluff above downtown Oregon City.
Mary S. Young State Park offers something for everyone. The open fields provide space for soccer games and a dog off-leash area. Picnic facilites throughout the park allow for large gatherings. The diverse nature of the park creates a rich natural environment that is home to songbirds, osprey, deer, and coyote.
The Horse Tail trail leads through a variety of habitats, making it a botanically rich site to visit. As you walk deeper into the forest on the more than five miles of trails, it's easy to forget you're in a city.
Situated along the Columbia River, Marine Park offers walking trails, play equipment, picnic shelters for large groups, and a boat launch.
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. You can park at the boat ramp or enter the trail behind Pacific Power Boats at Northeast 33rd and Marine Drive. You'll see the entrance under the Northeast 33rd overpass about 20 yards down the street. Get on the trail away from the traffic and make up time as you speed toward Broughton Beach, where you'll cross Marine Drive.
At the core of downtown Gresham, this park is the oldest and most established in the city. It is a good base to begin explorations of other parks, trails, and open spaces in Gresham.
For hikers and bikers doing a stint on the Springwater Trail, this attractive park is a nice place to take a rest or pick up refreshments in historic downtown Gresham.
Just 31 miles west of Portland, the park offers camping, picnicking and hiking. Explore more than 20 miles of trails.
This site is an access point to the Springwater Trail. It includes a parking lot, restroom, and small meeting room decorated as a small rail museum.
This powerline park is part of a larger trail system and has a playground as well as community gardens.