List of parks in Portland, Oregon

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The city of Portland, Oregon, has more than 10,000 acres (4,000 ha) of public parks and other natural areas,[1] including one of the largest municipal parks in the United States, Forest Park. Many are managed by Portland Parks & Recreation (PP&R). One of the smallest—at 61 centimetres (24 in) in diameter—is Mill Ends Park. There are at least 279 parks and natural areas in Portland.

The development of Portland's park system was largely guided by the 1903 Olmsted Portland park plan.

North PortlandEdit

Name Image Location Size Description
Arbor Lodge Park   N Bryant St. and Delaware Ave. 8.4 acres (3.4 ha) Acquired in 1940, Arbor Lodge Park includes a dog off-leash area, horseshoe pit, paved paths, picnic tables, playground, soccer field, softball field, public art, and tennis courts.[2]
Cathedral Park   N Edison St. and Pittsburg Ave. 23.09 acres (9.34 ha) Acquired in 1968, Cathedral Park includes a boat dock, boat ramp, canoe launch, disabled access restroom, dog off-leash area, paths—paved, picnic tables, and stage. The park is named for the cathedral-like arches of the St. John's Bridge.[3]
Chimney Park   9360 N Columbia Blvd. 16.76 acres (6.78 ha) Acquired in 1932, Chimney Park includes a fenced off-leash area for dogs. Located on the one-time site of the city's incinerator, the park is named for the incinerator's chimney, which has since been removed.[4]
Columbia Park   N Lombard St. and Woolsey Ave. 35.37 acres (14.31 ha) Acquired in 1891, Columbia Park includes baseball, softball and soccer fields; tennis and volleyball courts; an accessible playground; a picnic area; and a splash pad. The park was acquired to be the City of Albina's first park, but it was not developed until after the cities of Albina and Portland were consolidated.[5]
Dawson Park   N Stanton St. and Williams Ave. 2.05 acres (0.83 ha) Acquired in 1921, Dawson Park includes basketball and volleyball courts, picnic areas, an accessible playground, and a stage. The park is named after Rev. John Dawson, an Episcopal minister and advocate for child welfare and civic improvement.[6]
Delta Park   N Denver Ave. and Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. 85.34 acres (34.54 ha) Acquired in 1950, Delta Park includes a dog off-leash area—fenced, football field, paths—paved, picnic tables, playground, soccer field, softball field, and volleyball court. Delta Park is built on the site of Vanport, the war-time city destroyed by flood in 1948.[7]
Farragut Park   N Kerby Ave. and Farragut St. 14.0 acres (5.7 ha) Acquired in 1940, Farragut Park includes a basketball court, a playground, restroom, paved paths, picnic tables, and softball field. The park is named after David Farragut, an admiral who fought for the North in the Civil War and became famous for saying, "Damn the torpedoes! Full speed ahead!"[8]
Gammans Park   N Buffalo St. and Burrage Ave. 1.65 acres (0.67 ha) Acquired in 1910, Gammans Park includes paths and a playground with a racetrack for tricycles "complete with tunnels, bridges, and miniature highways with white lines down the middle".[citation needed] It was named after George G. Gammans, a Portland lawyer whose wife Laura gave the city six lots for a park to memorialize him.[9]
George Park   N Burr Ave. and Fessenden St. 2.03 acres (0.82 ha) Acquired in 1971, George Park includes paths and an accessible playground. The park is named for Melvin Clark George, a state senator, U.S. Congressman, and State circuit court judge.[10]
Kelley Point Park   N Marine Dr. and Lombard St. 104.16 acres (42.15 ha) Acquired in 1984, Kelley Point Park includes a canoe launch, hiking, picnic areas, and a view of the confluence of the Columbia and Willamette Rivers. The park is named for Hall Jackson Kelley, a promoter of settlement in the Pacific Northwest whose unsuccessful attempt to establish a city at this point was commemorated in 1926 by naming the location Kelley Point.[11]
Kenton Park   8417 N Brandon Ave. 11.91 acres (4.82 ha) Acquired in 1941, Kenton Park includes a basketball court, restroom, paved paths, picnic tables, playground, soccer field, softball field, and water play area.[12]
Lillis–Albina Park   N Flint Ave. and Russell St. 3.94 acres (1.59 ha) Acquired in 1940, Lillis-Albina Park includes picnic tables, a playground, a soccer field, and a softball field. Originally named after the former city of Albina, its name was changed in 1947 to also honor Michael Edward Lillis, a well-liked neighborhood police officer and strong advocate for the park and for children in the area.[13]
Lotus Isle Park   N Tomahawk Island Dr. 1.72 acres (0.70 ha) Acquired in 1992, Lotus Isle Park features paved paths, picnic tables, and an accessible playground. The park is named after Lotus Isle, a 128 acres (52 ha) amusement park on Tomahawk Island that operated from 1930 to 1932.[14][15]
Madrona Park   N Greeley Ave. and Going Ct. 8.46 acres (3.42 ha) Acquired in 1921, Madrona Park features a basketball court, an accessible playground, unpaved paths, and a natural area. The park is named after the heritage-designated Pacific Madrona tree located on Wygant Street on the east edge of the park.[16]
McCoy Park   N Trenton St. and Newman Ave. 3.82 acres (1.55 ha) Acquired in 1940, McCoy Park features paved paths and picnic tables, along with a playground, soccer and softball fields, and a basketball court. The park is named after Bill McCoy, the first African American elected to the Oregon Legislature, and his wife Gladys McCoy, who served on the Portland School Board and the Multnomah County Commission.[17]
McKenna Park   N Wall Ave. and Princeton St. 4.52 acres (1.83 ha) [18]
Mocks Crest Park 2206 N Skidmore St. 5.86 acres (2.37 ha) Mocks Crest Park, also known as the Skidmore Bluffs, was acquired in 1998 and is found on a 7-mile stretch of bluffs that runs along the east side of the Willamette River from Pier Park to the Fremont Bridge. The park overlooks Union Pacific's North Portland rail yard, the West Hills, and Portland's city skyline to the south.[19][20][21]
Northgate Park   N Geneva Ave. and Fessenden St. 10.72 acres (4.34 ha) Northgate Park, acquired in 1940, features a baseball field, restroom, playground, soccer field, softball field, tennis court, and water play area, along with paved paths and picnic tables.[22]
Overlook Park   N Fremont St. and Interstate Ave. 10.93 acres (4.42 ha) [23]
Patton Square Park   N Interstate Ave. and Emerson St. 1.26 acres (0.51 ha) Patton Square Park, named after pioneer and Portland landowner Matthew Patton, was acquired in 1960 and features paved paths, picnic tables, and a playground area.[24]
Peninsula Crossing Trail   N Willamette Blvd. to Columbia Blvd. 1.81 acres (0.73 ha) [25] Massive transient camp grew larger during the 2019-2020 coronavirus pandemic and has drawn citizen complaints. Drug syringes have been found as well.[26]
Peninsula Park and Rose Garden   700 N Rosa Parks Way 16.27 acres (6.58 ha) [27]
Pier Park   N Lombard St. and Bruce Ave. 87.43 acres (35.38 ha) [28]
Portsmouth Park   N Stanford Ave. and Depauw St. 4.02 acres (1.63 ha) Portsmouth Park, acquired in 1941, offers a playground, soccer field, and softball field.[29]
Smith and Bybee Wetlands Natural Area   5300 N Marine Drive 205.71 acres (83.25 ha) [30]
St. Johns Park   8427 N Central St. 5.77 acres (2.34 ha) [31]
Sumner–Albina Park 5134–5138 N Albina St 0.08 acres (0.032 ha) Sumner–Albina Park was acquired in 1998 and features paved paths.[32]
Trenton Park   N Hamlin Ave. and Trenton St. 2.3 acres (0.93 ha) Acquired in 1941, Trenton Park includes a basketball court, picnic tables, and playground.[33]
University Park   9009 N Foss Ave. 11.26 acres (4.56 ha) University Park, acquired in 1953, is not named for its close proximity to the University of Portland, but for its once close proximity to Portland University, a Methodist college during the 1890s. The park features a playground, soccer field, softball field, paved paths, picnic tables, and public art.[34]
Unthank Park   510 N Shaver St. 4.5 acres (1.8 ha) Unthank Park was acquired in 1966 and named for Portland doctor DeNorval Unthank.[35]

Northeast PortlandEdit

Name Image Location Size Description
Alberta Park   NE 22nd Ave. and Killingsworth St. 16.7 acres (6.8 ha) Acquired in 1921, Alberta Park includes a basketball court, dog off-leash area, playground, soccer field, softball field and tennis court, as well as paved and unpaved paths and picnic tables. The park is maintained by a volunteer group known as Friends of Alberta Park.[36]
Argay Park NE 141st Ave. and Failing St. 8.85 acres (3.58 ha) Argay Park, adopted by the Argay Neighborhood Association, offers a basketball court, dog off-leash area, playground, soccer field and softball field, along with paved and unpaved paths, picnic tables, and tennis courts. The park was acquired in 1984.[37]
Broughton Beach 4356 NE Marine Drive The park offers a sandy beach, Columbia River access for swimming and small watercraft, picnicking, beachcombing, restrooms. A parking fee applies.[38]
Buckman Field   NE 12th Ave. and Everett St. 11.93 acres (4.83 ha) Buckman Field, acquired in 1920, features a baseball field, football field, playground, soccer field, softball field and track, along with paved and unpaved paths and picnic tables.[39]
Columbia Children's Arboretum 10040 NE 6th Ave. 28.8 acres (11.7 ha) [40]
East Holladay Park 12999 NE Holladay St. 5.59 acres (2.26 ha) East Holladay Park was acquired in 1993 and includes a dog off-leash area.[41]
Fernhill Park   NE 37th Ave. and Ainsworth St. 26.63 acres (10.78 ha) [42]
Frazer Park   NE 52nd Ave. and Hassalo St. 3.9 acres (1.6 ha) Acquired in 1950, Frazer Park was once the site of the Frazer Detention Home for the Juvenile Court. The building's cement floor is now used as a play court. The park also features a basketball court, dog off-leash area, picnic tables, and playground.[43]
Glenfair Park NE 154th Ave. and Davis St. 5.08 acres (2.06 ha) Acquired in 1989, Glenhaven Park has been adopted by the Glenfair Neighborhood Association and includes a soccer field and softball field.[44]
Glenhaven Park   NE 82nd Ave. and Siskiyou St. 15.69 acres (6.35 ha) [45]
Grant Park   NE 33rd Ave. and US Grant Pl. 19.9 acres (8.1 ha) [46]
Hancock Park NE 90th Ave. and Tillamook St. 4.25 acres (1.72 ha) Hancock Park, acquired in 1941, has been adopted by the Hancock Madison Group Watch and features a playground and picnic tables.[47]
Holladay Park   NE 11th Ave. and Holladay St. 4.34 acres (1.76 ha) [48]
Irving Park   NE 7th Ave. and Fremont St. 16.26 acres (6.58 ha) [49]
John Luby Park   NE 128th Ave. and Brazee St. 10.86 acres (4.39 ha) [50]
Joseph Wood Hill Park   NE Rocky Butte Rd. 2.38 acres (0.96 ha) [51]
Kʰunamokwst Park NE 52nd Ave. and Alberta St. 2.43 acres (0.98 ha) Acquired in 2009; name means "together" in Chinook Jargon.[52]
King School Park NE 6th Ave. and Humboldt St. 3.0 acres (1.2 ha) [53]
Knott Park NE 117th Ave. and Knott St. 12.4 acres (5.0 ha) [54]
Mallory Meadows Park   NE Killingsworth St. and Mallory St. 0.15 acres (0.061 ha) [55]
Merrifield Park NE 117th Ave. and Thompson St. 1.0 acre (0.40 ha) [56]
Montavilla Park   NE 82nd Ave. and Glisan St. 9.46 acres (3.83 ha) [57]
Normandale Park NE 57th Ave. and Halsey St. 14.39 acres (5.82 ha) [58]
Oregon Park   NE 30th Ave. and Oregon St. 3.79 acres (1.53 ha) [59]
Rocky Butte Natural Area NE Rocky Butte Rd. 17.12 acres (6.93 ha) [60]
Rose City Park NE 62nd Ave. and Tillamook St. [61]
Roselawn Park 1236 NE Roselawn St. 0.12 acres (0.049 ha) Acquired in 1996, Roselawn Park consists of paved paths.[62]
Rosemont Bluff Natural Area NE 68th Ave. and Hassalo St. 2.31 acres (0.93 ha) [63]
Sabin HydroPark   NE 21st Ave. and Prescott St. 0.22 acres (0.089 ha) [64]
Sacajawea Park NE 75th and Roselawn St. 4.89 acres (1.98 ha) [65]
Senn's Dairy Park 11206 NE Prescott St. 1.08 acres (0.44 ha) [66]
Thompson Park NE 138th Ave. and Thompson St. 3.93 acres (1.59 ha) [67]
Two Plum Park NE 7th Ave. between Shaver St. and Mason St. 0.34 acres (0.14 ha) [68]
Wellington Park NE 66th Ave. and Mason St. 3.97 acres (1.61 ha) [69]
Whitaker Ponds Nature Park   7040 NE 47th Ave. 24.75 acres (10.02 ha) [70]
Wilkes Park 3655 NE 154th Ave. 1.49 acres (0.60 ha) [71]
Wilshire Park   NE 33rd Ave. and Skidmore St. 14.4 acres (5.8 ha) [72]
Woodlawn Park NE 13th Ave. and Dekum St. 7.58 acres (3.07 ha) [73]

Northwest PortlandEdit

Name Image Location Size Description
Clark and Wilson Park NW Germantown Rd. 17.23 acres (6.97 ha) [74]
Couch Park   NW 19th Ave. and Glisan St. 2.39 acres (0.97 ha) [75]
Forest Heights Park   2999 NW Miller Rd. 2.93 acres (1.19 ha) [76]
Forest Park   Tualatin Mountains (West Hills)
(NW 29th Ave. and Upshur St. to Newberry Rd.)
5,172.14 acres (2,093.09 ha) [77]
Hillside Park 653 NW Culpepper Terr. 3.43 acres (1.39 ha) [78]
Holman Park NW Mountain View Park Rd. [79]
Jamison Square   Pearl District
(810 NW 11th Ave.)
0.94 acres (0.38 ha) [80]
Kingsley Park NW St. Helens Rd. 1.14 acres (0.46 ha) [81]
Lan Su Chinese Garden 239 NW Everett St. [82]
Linnton Park   NW 105th Ave. and St. Helens Rd. [82]
Macleay Park   NW 29th Ave. and Upshur St. [83]
North Park Blocks Downtown Portland
(NW Park Ave. from Ankeny St. to Glisan St.)
3.11 acres (1.26 ha) [84]
Pittock Mansion Acres   3229 NW Pittock Dr. 54.21 acres (21.94 ha) Acquired in 1964, this park includes the French Renaissance-style Pittock Mansion, listed on the National Register of Historic Places.[85]
Portland Firefighters Park   NW 18th Ave. and Burnside St. Consisting of a stone memorial and small triangular park, Firefighters Park is dedicated to David Campbell, a former Portland fire chief who died in 1911.[86]
Tanner Springs Park   Pearl District
NW 10th Ave. and Marshall St.
0.92 acres (0.37 ha) [87]
Tom McCall Waterfront Park   Downtown Portland
(Naito Pkwy. between SW Harrison St. and NW Glisan St.)
29.17 acres (11.80 ha) [88]
Wallace Park   NW 25th Ave. and Raleigh St. 5.39 acres (2.18 ha) [89]

Southeast PortlandEdit

Name Image Location Size Description
Ardenwald Park   SE Roswell St. and 36th Ave 1 acre (0.40 ha) Located in the Ardenwald-Johnson Creek neighborhood[90]
Berkeley Park   SE Cesar Chavez Blvd. and Bybee Blvd. 6.45 acres (2.61 ha) [91]
Berrydale Park   SE 92nd Ave. and Taylor St. 6.38 acres (2.58 ha) [92]
Bloomington Park SE 100th Ave. and Steele St. 12.95 acres (5.24 ha) [93]
Brentwood Park SE 60th Ave. and Duke St. 14.05 acres (5.69 ha) [94]
Brooklyn Park   SE 10th Ave. and Haig St. 2.37 acres (0.96 ha) [95]
Brooklyn School Park SE 15th Ave. and Bush St. 2.94 acres (1.19 ha) [96]
Cherry Blossom Park SE 98th Ave. and Stephens St. 0.77 acres (0.31 ha) [97]
Cherry Park SE 110th Ave. and Stephens St. 10.33 acres (4.18 ha) [98]
Clatsop Butte Park SE 152nd Ave. and Belmore St. 43.16 acres (17.47 ha) [99]
Clinton Park   SE 55th Ave. and Woodward St. 12.55 acres (5.08 ha) [100]
Colonel Summers Park   SE 17th Ave. and Taylor St. 4.73 acres (1.91 ha) [101]
Creston Park   SE 44th Ave. and Powell Blvd. 14.41 acres (5.83 ha) [102]
Crystal Springs Rhododendron Garden   SE 28th Ave. and Woodstock Blvd. 9.49 acres (3.84 ha) [103]
Earl Boyles Park SE 112th Ave. and Boise St. 7.85 acres (3.18 ha) [104]
Eastbank Esplanade   SE Water Ave. and Hawthorne Blvd. 0.12 acres (0.049 ha) [105]
Eastmoreland Garden 2425 SE Bybee Blvd. 0.41 acres (0.17 ha) [106]
Eastmoreland Playground Park SE 30th Ave. and Crystal Springs Blvd. [107]
Eastridge Park SE 141st Ave. and Crystal Springs St. 3.53 acres (1.43 ha) [108]
Ed Benedict Park SE 100th Ave. and Powell Blvd. 12.75 acres (5.16 ha) [109]
Elk Rock Island   SE 19th Ave. and Sparrow St. 13.24 acres (5.36 ha) [110]
Errol Heights Park   SE 52nd Avenue and Tenino Street 16.31 acres (6.60 ha) [111]
Essex Park SE 79th Ave. and Center St. 4.44 acres (1.80 ha) [112]
Flavel Park SE 75th Ave. and Flavel St. 4.17 acres (1.69 ha) [113]
Floyd Light Park SE 111th Ave. and Alder St. 7.68 acres (3.11 ha) [114]
Gilbert Heights Park SE 130th Ave. and Boise St. 3.8 acres (1.5 ha) [115]
Gilbert Primary Park SE 134th Ave. and Foster Rd. 4.39 acres (1.78 ha) [116]
Glenwood Park SE 87th Ave. and Claybourne St. 7.47 acres (3.02 ha) [117]
Harney Park SE 67th Ave. and Harney St. 7.14 acres (2.89 ha) [118]
Harrison Park   SE 84th Ave. and Harrison St. 4.63 acres (1.87 ha) [119]
Hazeltine Park 5416 SE Flavel Dr. 1.02 acres (0.41 ha) [120]
Johnson Creek Park   SE 21st Ave. and Clatsop St. 4.51 acres (1.83 ha) [121]
Kelly Butte Natural Area   SE 103rd Ave. and Clinton St. 22.63 acres (9.16 ha) [122]
Kenilworth Park   SE 34th Ave. and Holgate Blvd. 8.33 acres (3.37 ha) [123]
Kern Park   SE 67th Ave. and Center St. 1.62 acres (0.66 ha) [124]
Ladd Circle Park and Rose Gardens   SE 16th Ave. and Harrison St. 1.56 acres (0.63 ha) [125]
Laurelhurst Park   SE Cesar Chavez Blvd. and Stark St. 26.81 acres (10.85 ha)
Laurelwood Park   SE 64th St. and Foster Rd. 0.38 acres (0.15 ha) Laurelwood Park was acquired in 1923.[126]
Leach Botanical Garden   6704 SE 122nd Ave. 15.85 acres (6.41 ha)
Lents Park SE 92nd Ave. and Holgate Blvd. 38.13 acres (15.43 ha)
Lincoln Park
Lynchwood Park
Midland Park
Mill Park
Mt. Scott Park SE 72nd Ave. and Harold St. 11.22 acres (4.54 ha)
Mt. Tabor Park   SE 60th Ave. and Salmon St. 195.66 acres (79.18 ha)
North Powellhurst Park
Oaks Bottom Wildlife Refuge  
Oaks Pioneer Church and Park   455 SE Spokane St.
Parklane Park
Piccolo Park SE 27th Ave. and Division St. 0.57 acres (0.23 ha)
PlayHaven Park
Portland Memory Garden   SE 104th Ave. and Powell Blvd. The Portland Memory Garden opened in May 2002.[127]
Powell Butte Nature Park  
Powell Park
Raymond Park
Verdell Burdine Rutherford Park SE 167th Ave and Market St. Formerly known as Lynchview Park.[128][129]
Sellwood Park   SE 7th Ave. and Miller St. 16.65 acres (6.74 ha) Named for pioneer John Sellwood, Sellwood Park was acquired in 1909.[130]
Sellwood Riverfront Park  
Sewallcrest Park  
Springwater Corridor   SE Ivon St. to Boring, Oregon 189.1 acres (76.5 ha) [131]
Stark Street Island   SE 106th Ave. and Stark St. 0.4 acres (0.16 ha) Stark Street Island was acquired in 1986.[132]
Sunnyside School Park  
Tideman Johnson Natural Area   SE 37th Ave. and Tenino St. 7.69 acres (3.11 ha)
Ventura Park   SE 115th Ave. and Stark St. 7.25 acres (2.93 ha) Acquired in 1986, Ventura Park's features include a playground, a bicycle pump track and a soccer field.[133]
West Powellhurst Park
Westmoreland Park  
Woodstock Park   SE 47th Ave. and Steele St. 14.11 acres (5.71 ha)

Southwest PortlandEdit

Name Image Location Size Description
Albert Kelly Park   SW Dosch Rd. and Mitchell St. 12.08 acres (4.89 ha) [134]
April Hill Park   SW 58th Ave. and Miles St. 9.79 acres (3.96 ha) [135]
Arnold Creek Natural Area SW 11th Dr. and Arnold St. 0.48 acres (0.19 ha) [136]
Ash Creek Natural Area SW 53rd Ave. and Dickinson St. 5.15 acres (2.08 ha) [137]
Burlingame Park   SW 12th Ave. and Falcon St. 4.64 acres (1.88 ha) [138]
Butterfly Park   7720 SW Macadam Ave. 1.07 acres (0.43 ha) [139]
Caruthers Park   3508 SW Moody Avenue 2.12 acres (0.86 ha) Officially Elizabeth Caruthers Park, it is located in the South Waterfront district and includes a water fountain.[140]
Cottonwood Bay   SW Hamilton Ct. 0.67 acres (0.27 ha) [141]
Council Crest Park   SW Council Crest Dr. 43.51 acres (17.61 ha) [142]
Custer Park   SW 21st Ave. and Capitol Hill Rd. 6.49 acres (2.63 ha) [143]
DeWitt Park   1805 SW DeWitt St. 1.13 acres (0.46 ha) [144]
Dickinson Park SW 55th Ave. and Alfred Ct. 15.81 acres (6.40 ha) [145]
Director Park   Downtown Portland
(815 SW Park Ave.)
0.46 acres (0.19 ha) [146]
Duniway Park   SW 6th Ave. and Sheridan St. 14.08 acres (5.70 ha) [147]
Fanno Creek Natural Area SW 59th Ave. and Hamilton St. 7.32 acres (2.96 ha) [148]
Foley–Balmer Natural Area 9520 SW Lancaster Rd. 9.58 acres (3.88 ha) [149]
Fulton Park   68 SW Miles St. 8.21 acres (3.32 ha) [150][151]
Gabriel Park   SW 45th Ave. and Vermont St. 90.65 acres (36.68 ha) [152]
George Himes Park   SW Terwilliger Blvd. and Slavin Rd. 32.36 acres (13.10 ha) [153]
Governor's Park SW 13th Ave. and Davenport St. 5.41 acres (2.19 ha) [154]
Hamilton Park   SW 45th Ave. and Hamilton St. 10.19 acres (4.12 ha) [155]
Healy Heights Park   SW Patrick Pl. and Council Crest Dr. 1.13 acres (0.46 ha) [156]
Heritage Tree Park   SW Corbett Ave. and Lane St. 0.09 acres (0.036 ha) Acquired in 1997, Heritage Tree Park has the Corbett Oak, an oak tree twice rescued from being cut down.[157]
Hillsdale Park   SW 27th Ave. and Hillsdale Hwy. 5.17 acres (2.09 ha) [158]
Holly Farm Park   10819 SW Capitol Hwy. 1.72 acres (0.70 ha) [159]
Hoyt Arboretum   4000 SW Fairview Blvd. 232.12 acres (93.94 ha) [160]
International Rose Test Garden   400 SW Kingston Ave. [161]
Jensen Natural Area SW 18th Pl. north of Broadleaf Dr. 2.24 acres (0.91 ha) [162]
Keller Fountain Park   Downtown Portland
(SW 3rd Ave. and Clay St.)
0.92 acres (0.37 ha) [163]
Lair Hill Park   SW 2nd Ave. and Woods St. 3.24 acres (1.31 ha) [164]
Lesser Park SW 57th Ave. and Haines St. 8.4 acres (3.4 ha) [165]
Lovejoy Fountain Park   SW 3rd Avenue and Harrison Street 0.75 acres (0.30 ha) [166]
Maricara Natural Area 10608 SW 30th Ave. 17.25 acres (6.98 ha) [167]
Marquam Nature Park   SW Marquam St. and Sam Jackson Park Rd. 176.66 acres (71.49 ha) [168]
Marshall Park   25.88 acres (10.47 ha) [169]
Mill Ends Park   Downtown Portland
(SW Naito Pkwy. and Taylor St.)
452 square inches (2,920 cm2)[170] [171]
O'Bryant Square   Downtown Portland
(SW Park Ave. and Washington St.)
0.51 acres (0.21 ha) [172]
Pendleton Park   SW 55th Ave. and Iowa St. 5.52 acres (2.23 ha) [173]
Pettygrove Park   SW 1st to 4th Ave—Market to Harrison St 0.8 acres (0.32 ha) Pettygrove Park was acquired in 1966.[174]
Plaza Blocks   Downtown Portland
Portland Heights Park   SW Patton Rd. and Old Orchard Rd. 5.3 acres (2.1 ha) [175]
Portland Japanese Garden   SW Kingston Dr. [176]
Powers Marine Park   SW Macadam Ave. south of the Sellwood Bridge 13.07 acres (5.29 ha) [177]
South Park Blocks   Downtown Portland
South Waterfront Park   1814–1816 SW River Pkwy. 4.31 acres (1.74 ha) [178]
Spring Garden Park   3332 SW Spring Garden St. 4.65 acres (1.88 ha) [179]
Stephens Creek Nature Park SW Bertha Blvd. and Chestnut St. 3.38 acres (1.37 ha) [180]
Sylvania Park SW 53rd Ave. and Coronado St. 2.7 acres (1.1 ha) [181]
Terry Schrunk Plaza   Downtown Portland
Terwilliger Parkway   SW 6th Ave. and Sheridan St. to Slavin St. 104.87 acres (42.44 ha) [182]
Tom McCall Waterfront Park   Naito Pkwy. between SW Harrison St. and NW Glisan St. 29.17 acres (11.80 ha) [183]
Tryon Creek State Natural Area   645 acres (261 ha)
Washington Park   Head of SW Park Place 129.51 acres (52.41 ha) [184]
West Portland Park Natural Area SW 39th Ave. and Pomona St. 14.66 acres (5.93 ha) [185]
Willamette Park   SW Macadam Ave. and Nebraska St. 26.85 acres (10.87 ha) [186]
Woods Memorial Natural Area   SW 45th Ave. and Woods St. 35.06 acres (14.19 ha) [187]

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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  11. ^ "Kelley Point Park". PP&R. Retrieved August 17, 2010.
  12. ^ "Kenton Park". PP&R. Retrieved August 17, 2010.
  13. ^ "Lillis–Albina Park". PP&R. Retrieved August 17, 2010.
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