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Parks & nature in North Portland, Portland

Park
“One of the entrances to Forest Park from right within the city near NW 30th and NW Thurman St. ”
7 locals recommend
Residential Building (Flat / Apartment)
“Neighborhood park, very close to home. Lots of locals hang out, BBQ and celebrate community here.”
10 locals recommend
Park
1 local recommends
Surf Spot
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“Surf shop and beer bar. Owner is super friendly, always a great tap list, and sometimes a comedy show. Friendly crowd”
3 locals recommend
Park
1 local recommends
Park
“This is a sweet neighborhood park with play equipment for the pre-school through Kindergarten set. Just a couple of blocks from home.”
2 locals recommend
Farm
“Fun to visit in October! For individuals or the whole family. Pick our your pumpkin, go in a life size maze, ride a tractor, or just enjoy the food!”
5 locals recommend
Dog Run
“Chimney Park is a large off-leash dog park in N. Portland. The park is well-maintained, with lots of room for your dog to run . The park is completely fenced and has running water and water bowls.”
3 locals recommend
Trail
“Feel the immense effect of nature without leaving the city. Portland's Forrest Park is the largest forrest within a city in the U.S. You can literally hike for 30+ miles.”
5 locals recommend
Park
“City park with playground, basketball courts, and large off-leash dog area (unfenced). ”
2 locals recommend
Playground
“A nice park for a picnic, frisbee or to climb on the play structures. This is also the location of the Sunday King Farmers Market, which operates approximately May through October.”
5 locals recommend
Playground
“Come see how Portland maintains it's Rose City beauty! In addition to the Rose Garden, this 16-acre park has an outdoor swimming pool, tennis courts, playgrounds and more.”
3 locals recommend
Community Center
“Tree shaded park with popular playground and ball field in pretty neighborhood ”
3 locals recommend
Park
“park one block away for a quick dog walk or a stroll or a place to let the kids play”
1 local recommends
Tennis Court
“Lighted courts for tennis at our local park. If needed, we have rackets you can borrow.”
3 locals recommend
Tree
“Vancouver's Old Apple Tree was planted in 1826 on Fort Vancouver land and is thought to be the oldest apple tree in the Northwest. It is also considered the matriarch of Washington State's apple industry.”
3 locals recommend