The H. M. Terpenning Recreation Complex is almost 90 acres and contains baseball fields, soccer fields, indoor and outdoor tennis courts, an aquatic center, indoor and outdoor basketball courts, an indoor running track, a skate park, a community garden, and two trails through forested areas. The complex has over one mile of paved paths meandering though the fields, and 0.6 of a mile of soft-surface path in the forests. The site is well worth a visit to see the variety of recreation opportunities available at this one location while walking the well-maintained trail system.
This park alongside Lacamas Lake is part of the larger Camas Heritage Corridor, linking trails, parks, and open space east to west. The park features: a two-lane boat launch, floating dock, open grass areas, a walking path and restroom facilities.
A nice accessible section of the Westside trail that includes a playground.
Greenway Park straddles approximately a mile of Fanno Creek in southeast Beaverton. A variety of paved paths, all part of the Fanno Creek Regional Trail, wind through the park, passing playgrounds, basketball courts, a disc golf course, and several habitat restoration sites along the way.
Sitting just west of the Koll Center Wetlands, a local hot spot for bird watchers, Greenway Park is one segment of a continuous natural area corridor that extends southward all the way to the Tualatin River.
Three miles of trails traverse Graham Oaks, allowing visitors to explore several habitats in one park.
Tom McCall Waterfront Park is one of the Portland's main attractions — with beautiful views of the Willamette River, and home to the Battleship Oregon Memorial, the Founders Stone, Salmon Street Springs, the Japanese American Historical Plaza, the Police Memorial, and the Friendship Circle with numerous sculptures.