Oregonian features Portland area’s outdoor parks and natural areas

The arts & entertainment section in today’s Oregonian features a look at what makes Portland so special: “Get out! Make the most of the Portland area’s outdoor parks and natural areas.” They highlight Cooper Mountain Nature Park, Fanno Creek Greenway Trail, Mary S. Young State Recreation Area, Nadaka Nature Park, Smith and Bybee Wetlands Natural Area, Springwater Corridor’s eastern edge, Tryon Creek State Natural Area, Tualatin Hills Nature Park, Tualatin River National Wildlife Refuge, and Vancouver Lake. Read about these places here.

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2 Responses to Oregonian features Portland area’s outdoor parks and natural areas

  1. Mike B. says:

    I live near Mary S. Young and it is a gem that most people have never heard of. It is a large park with nice hikes down to the river. Check it out!

  2. darwinsbulldog says:

    Thanks for sharing, Mike!

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