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Seriously, bring a map or your phone and use gps, that's how beautiful and big this hiking, running, biking, dog walking adventure of a park is. Enjoy...but bring water with you, and a shell, weather can change and there are no outbuildings to hunk under....More
I went to this park for some of the main attractions (with's house and pittock mansion) but the hike itself was worth going to all on its own. There are so many options to make the hike as short or long as you want. I...More
Such a cool urban forest! We had a couple hours to spend on a rainy day, so we explored the southeastern part of Forest Park. We stopped by the Audubon Society of Portland, which has a gift shop and some neat taxidermy animal displays with...More
I spent about 4 hours walking around the trails and taking pictures. Trails are nice and there are signs and maps along the way to let you know were you’re going. Things look absolutely stunning in the spring and the trees block out the rain...More
Completed the Redwood trail in half and hour or so. Wife was in heels and the kids were not too into it. There was a big bag of Doritos from Costco in the car at the end of trip so they were definitely into that.
To help set expectations, Forest Park, is mainly literally a forest with a large number of hiking trails in it. The longest trail, the Wildwood trail is 30 miles long in one direction, so you could spend days covering all of... More
To help set expectations, Forest Park, is mainly literally a forest with a large number of hiking trails in it. The longest trail, the Wildwood trail is 30 miles long in one direction, so you could spend days covering all of the trails. In my opinion, if I only had one day and 3 hours to hike the trails, I would try to park near the Portland Audubon Society at the Macleay Park parking area and hike the Wildwood trail from there to Hoyt Arboretum and back. Along the way you would enjoy the spectacular views at Pittock Mansion. On a clear day, from Pittock Mansion you can see downtown Portland and 4 8000ft and higher mountains (they are really volcano)