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Sandy Swimming Hole Park

The Sandy Swimming Hole has been a popular warm weather spot for both swimmers and kayakers for decades. The large sunny deck accommodates picnics with views of the Washougal River. Restrooms are available for visitor convenience. Visitors flock to this park during sultry summer days, congesting parking along Shepherd Road.

550 N Shepherd Rd Washougal, WA 98671

Sandy River Park

The Sandy River Park is an undeveloped passive use park that abuts Cedar Creek and the Sandy River. Hike to the Sandy River on a 1-mile stretch of old logging road/trail. In the fall salmon can be seen swimming up Cedar Creek to spawn.

Enter the trailhead at the end of Marcy Street; parking is available in the Sandy High School gravel parking lot on Bluff Rd.

Sandy River Greenway

This greenway is located on the western edge of the Sandy River. It begins near the confluence of Beaver Creek and extends south along the Sandy River. The greenway is 20.43 acres in size. The site is composed of several parcels of land along the slopes overlooking the Sandy River. Most of the land consists of steep to moderate hillsides and is heavily wooded. Public access is discouraged due to the steep and fragile nature of the slopes. There is one small developed area with a path and picnic table located at 1693 SE Lewellyn Avenue.


Salmon Creek Greenway

This urban greenway runs along Salmon Creek between Lake River and in Felida and Salmon Creek Regional Park/Klineline Pond in Hazel Dell. It includes bottomlands, wetlands and forested hillsides on both sides of Salmon Creek and the north end of Cougar Creek. Despite the urban setting, the greenway is extensively used by local wildlife, including migratory waterfowl and other birds, deer, coyotes, rabbits, opossums, raccoons and beavers. A 3-mile-long multi-use trail extends through a portion of the greenway between NW 36th Avenue in Felida and Salmon Creek Regional Park/Klineline Pond.

Salish Ponds Park

This city park offers a wide range of recreational opportunities: Fish around the west pond, walk along the nature trail that winds through the park and along the ponds, and view diverse habitats of wildlife and vegetation. There is easy access to the trails from the Reynolds School property, Community Park, or the Target parking lot.

20620 NE Glisan St Fairview, OR 97030


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