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Parks & nature in Southeast Portland, Portland

Park
“Beautiful local spot to take a stroll with your morning coffee. Sit on the swings, watch the kiddos and the doggos! ”
10 locals recommend
Park
“Beautiful mature trees with lots of green space, playground, paved trails, and dog park. Great place for running, reading a book, picnic, etc. 1 min. walk from my property.”
11 locals recommend
Playground
“Great place to hike, play tennis, picnic or enjoy the playground! The view is breathtaking! The forested park covers an extinct volcano.”
14 locals recommend
Playground
“Only one block away, this 5 acre park has a sweet playground for the kids and a nice spot to park a picnic blanket.”
11 locals recommend
Playground
“ Our own backyard dormant volcano! Mt. Tabor park is quite large and easy to get lost in. Several points of entry/exits, short walking trails, bike paths, playground, caldera amphitheater, picnic tables, park with reading benches, beautiful views of SE/NE Portland and Mt. Hood. A Local favorite. It does get busy on the weekends.”
13 locals recommend
Park
“Rent a bike at BikeTown, bike over to the entrance of the train (SE Caruthers and Eastbank Esplanade.)”
7 locals recommend
Office
“This park goes along the waterfront and lets you walk the various Portland bridges that cross the Willamette River.”
10 locals recommend
Farmers Market
“Affordable and right in front of our door! We are so happy and lucky to call this our local market. This little cute market opens every Sunday from 9 AM to 2 PM. Enjoy a cup of Seven Virtues Coffee, buy hatch roasted chiles from Amaro's, eat a truly delicious tamal, and listen to great music from the guest musicians!”
9 locals recommend
Garden
“Restaurant areas: South Waterfront up to Tom McCall Park & around Elizabeth Caruthers Park are walkable choices to many fancy foods. (Plus shopping & city park scenery.)”
5 locals recommend
Park
“ Huge park; horseshoe pits, playground, lots of open space; community pool open seasonally”
9 locals recommend
Park
“Our favorite park in the hood. It features a nice, open view that can help clear the mind of the busiest parent. Good for kids, good for dogs, has good, free tennis courts ”
7 locals recommend
Pool
“Best outdoor pool in Portland. If you are here in summer, it's the perfect destination. Snow cone stand is often outside too.”
7 locals recommend
Pool
“Our basic neighborhood outdoor pool. Closed seasonally. For more slides and extras, try Wilson Pool in NE Portland. For a nice pool near a forested park and the river, Sellwood Pool in SE.”
7 locals recommend
Park
“Historic neighborhood. Verdant, tree-lined streets. A quaint roundabout and park in the center. Four charming rose gardens flank the center park to the north, south, east and west. Parks and rose gardens are great for picnics.”
6 locals recommend
Park
“Waterfront woodland park offers a boat ramp & canoe launch, riverside walking paths & picnic areas. About a 15 minute walk.”
9 locals recommend
Park
“This is a beautiful walk (or bike!) along the Willamette River. You can cross the river on the Steel Bridge to connect to Tom McCall Waterfront Park on the west side of the river and do the entire loop.”
8 locals recommend