Parks & Playgrounds In Portland, OR
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Our camp has use of over 390 acres of breathtaking hills, trails, pastures, and streams that wind their way to Andersen Lake.
Experience integrated arts at beautiful Browns Ferry Park! For six weeks each summer, children explore theatre, music, dance, multicultural arts and crafts, writing, ceramics, basketry, weaving, photography, filmmaking, nature studies, and more.
The Lumberyard, Portland’s unique indoor bike park, includes jump lines, pump tracks, skill sections and technical trail riding for beginners to experts. We are excited to host birthday parties and offer programming for all ages and abilities.
Nothing makes babies and tots more ready to take that afternoon nap than an excursion out to play with some new pals in a clean and safe environment.
More than 220,000 residents in the Beaverton metro area. Since 1955, the Park District has provided family-oriented programs and activities that promote health, wellness, life enrichment, and personal development.
Yoga Playgrounds is a school based yoga program for kids that offers yoga and mindfulness classes on site at schools throughout Portland and the surrounding cities.
The mission of Friends of Tryon Creek, in partnership with Oregon State Parks, is to inspire and nurture relationships with nature in our unique urban forest.
WeVillage is Portland's flexile childcare provider. Impromptu meeting? Need to get some shopping done? No problem! We offer same-day childcare services.
Washington Park is a 400-acre park located in Portland. It's one of Portland's oldest parks and features some of the city's best family-friendly attractions.
At Bushue's Family Farm we offer a range of U-Pick produce. Come pick strawberries in June; raspberries, green beans, tomatoes, and sweet and hot peppers through the summer and into the fall; and pumpkins in October.
Fuel your summer science learning with programs steeped in adventure and designed to encourage your whole family to stretch the limits of imagination, adventure and possibility.
Conestoga Rec/Aquatic Center provides a customer an environment that enhances healthy lifestyles. We have a dance & fitness room, weight room, multi-purpose classrooms, 2 gymnasiums, an outdoor playground, swimming pool and outdoor splash pad.
Peninsula Park is a public park in the Piedmont neighborhood of Portland, Oregon.
The North Clackamas Parks and Recreation District is dedicated to providing parks, sports fields, community centers, trails and recreation programs to boost the quality of life for District community members.
Hoyt Arboretum is a 190-acre living museum of 2,300 tree species and shrubs from six continents and 12 miles of hiking trails.
Graham Oaks Nature Park is a restored oak woodland with a wetland and a conifer forest. The park has three miles of trails and five plazas where visitors can rest, have a picnic, learn about the park's history, and spot wildlife.
Wapato Access Greenway State Park is located on Sauvie Island near Portland, Oregon.
Powell Butte Nature Park is a 600-acre upland area within a 30-minute drive of downtown Portland. It home to Powell Butte, an extinct cinder cone volcano.
Located on the Tualatin River, Brown's Ferry park is a 28-acre natural area that was named after Zenas J. Brown, who staked a claim to the land in 1850 and started the first ferry service in Tualatin.
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