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Parks & nature in Southeast Portland, Portland

Park
“Waterfront woodland park offers a boat ramp & canoe launch, riverside walking paths & picnic areas. About a 15 minute walk.”
9 locals recommend
Park
5 locals recommend
Garden
“A bit far out, but there's lovely moderate hikes and walks through a landscape of native trees and plants”
4 locals recommend
Park
“It's tiny, well-loved by kids, has blueberry bushes in summertime. Great frisbee spot.”
7 locals recommend
Park
“Off leash area for dogs, padded playground for kiddos, walking path, Mt Hood view, Pickles Baseball, ”
4 locals recommend
Park
“Pretty much forgotten park but a nice place to go for a city hike. The trails are essentially unmarked, same with any parking, so you could get lost, but no worries, just aim downhill and you'll find the river eventually.”
3 locals recommend
Park
2 locals recommend
Park
“A short walk and slightly bigger than Kern Park with a splash pad open during the summer months.”
4 locals recommend
Park
3 locals recommend
Park
“A quick walk and beautiful little loops in the park, excellent playground for the kids, Free Concerts in the Park during summer months.”
3 locals recommend
Playground
“Fun neighborhood featuring some great strips to visit. Be sure to take a walk down Belmont, Stark, 28th/E Burnside to find all the wonders they offer including restaurants, bars, boutiques, art galleries, food carts, and more!”
1 local recommends
Park
“Cool nature park about a 10 minute bike ride along Springwater Corridor - see Johnson Creek in its natural state.”
2 locals recommend
Park
2 locals recommend
Park
“Nice place for a walk and or bike ride. Head to the small park with the beach during the summer months. Loads of kids and families there. Also come in July for the summer concert series. Check the schedule on the Portland Parks and Rec website.”
3 locals recommend
Park
“Best dormant volcano park in the US! Trails, paths, basketball courts, amphitheater, lots of stairs, trees and views of Mt. Hood, Mt. St Helens. ”
3 locals recommend