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#1 of 8 Nature & Parks in Troutdale
It is an area managed by the Oregon Parks system.
There were less people here and the setting was more like nature.
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#1 of 10 Nature & Parks in Corbett
Handy Tip: You can approach the falls from the main stop along the old highway where most will stop, or from the Guy W. Talbot Park located in the sleepy little town of Latourell on the north side of the highway.
We were exploring the Columbia River Gorge area and driving through the park when we found this beautiful waterfall right off the road.
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#2 of 10 Nature & Parks in Corbett
you can catch of glimpse, but only a glimpse, from the road as you pass by in your car or however you're traveling; but for a good photo or just a moment of reflection you must park and get out and take a short fe...
Easy access and a great place to stop by to view nature and maybe take a hike.
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Wahkeena Falls Troutdale 4.0 km away
#2 of 8 Nature & Parks in Troutdale
The falls is less than 0.3 miles off the highway and there is plenty of parking along the highway, but if that is full there is parking on the other side of the highway at a park/picnic spot.
There were all the normal traffic noises where we started, but after a few levels up the side of the mountain they died away & you could just soak up the nature surrounding you.
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#3 of 10 Nature & Parks in Corbett
You need to either have a pass or pay $5/vehicle to visit the Larch Mountain overlook but it's worth it and helps their parks systems.
you do have to pay 5 dollars as this is a national park site, but still worth it.
Oxbow Regional Park Gresham 3.6 km away
#1 of 4 Nature & Parks in Gresham
The river winds around the campground and it's perfect for walking the trails (also beautiful, my son described the trails as a Jurassic Park adventure with the ancient forest) from your campsite with your tube an...
A very large park wit plenty of room to hike, bike, or seek a secluded place to relax, bird watch, ,commute with nature, or fish in the Sandy River.
Shepperd's Dell State Natural Area Troutdale 4.0 km away
#3 of 8 Nature & Parks in Troutdale
Steigerwald Lake National Wildlife Refuge Washougal, WA 7.2 km away
#1 of 5 Nature & Parks in Washougal
A great nature hike close to home in Washougal!
William Clark Park or across from the Pendleton Mill outlet in Washougal.
#4 of 10 Nature & Parks in Corbett
(The scenery and solitude is much better on Sand Island than on the beach that is connected by the trail to the park.) Couples, solo men and solo women all come out and enjoy a bit of paradise.
Rooster Rock State Park includes two stretches of beach on the Columbia River: down-river, a traditionally suited beach and up-river, an officially sanctioned nude beach, with one end understood to be predominantl...
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#5 of 10 Nature & Parks in Corbett
We went to Guy Talbot State Park Its a great place to have a picnic.
Captain William Clark Park Washougal, WA 5.7 km away
#2 of 5 Nature & Parks in Washougal
This is a great Park that offers a hike along the river plus a detour down to Cottonwood Beach with great picnic tables with grills.
This is our go-to walk when we want to get into nature along the Mighty Columbia!
#6 of 10 Nature & Parks in Corbett
Small park just off the I-84 Freeway that is well suited for picnics.
#7 of 10 Nature & Parks in Corbett
Besides a little aging the biggest difference is you have to pay to park there now.
#8 of 10 Nature & Parks in Corbett
Angels Rest Trail Bridal Veil 9.5 km away
#2 of 2 Nature & Parks in Bridal Veil
Along the water fall loop hike or can drive there and park then a short walk to fall.
Forest pass is not required to park.
Lower Oneonta Falls Troutdale 6.5 km away
#6 of 8 Nature & Parks in Troutdale
Multnomah Falls Bridal Veil 14.3 km away
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in Bridal Veil
You can either take the main Highway 84 (/30) with the main car park or the much more scenic "Historic Columbia River Highway" with its wonderful scenic breaks and vantage points (such as Bridal Veil lookout - the...
We started the scenic tour visiting Rooster Rock State Park with a nice view of the Columbia river, then we drove 10mins and went to Vista House, that is an observatory at the top of a mountain giving us a great v...
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Glenn Otto Community Park Troutdale 7.1 km away
#7 of 8 Nature & Parks in Troutdale
The park is small but has plenty of room for booths and artists to display their art in Tents outside or in the buildings inside.
This park hosts several events through the season in addition to being a regular public park.
Lacamas Park Trail Camas, WA 10.4 km away
#3 of 4 Nature & Parks in Camas
What an enchanting park (312 acres & over 6 miles of trails) just a short drive east of Vancouver!
A good 4.5 miles hiking for your daily exercises surrounded by beautiful scenery where you can get lost in nature.
Lacamas Lake Camas, WA 13.0 km away
#1 of 4 Nature & Parks in Camas
This is a wonderful lake surrounded by awesome trails and Lacamas Park.
The trail system is expansive, and there are great parks and playgrounds.
Gresham Japanese Garden Gresham 12.0 km away
#2 of 4 Nature & Parks in Gresham
The staff are always there in a subtle yet informative way (for questions) as they manicure every speck of the grounds like an artist creating a masterpiece with nature as its canvas.
The volunteers have put a lot of work in the last few years to revitalize the gardens, so they are nice and fresh in a setting besides Johnson Creek, in Gresham City Main park, with a little moat around it, (but i...
Oneonta Gorge Cascade Locks 17.8 km away
#1 of 16 Nature & Parks in Cascade Locks
I hear there's lots of areas where you can hike around and wade in cool, cold water in bare feet in the summer - there's only so much you can hike to in the winter but it's definitely a great nature background sce...
We have hiked numerous national parks and other trails with our kids (10 and 12), and this will likely be one of the ones that will remain etched into their memories as one of the most fun ones we have been on.
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