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Parks und Natur in Portland

Erstklassige Parks

Park
“At 5,200 acres, this is the largest park within any U.S. city. It gets very popular in summer, especially on week- ends, so if you want to check it out be prepared to embrace the crowds. See Witch's Castle under Hikes. ”
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Garten
“When His Excellency Nobuo Matsunaga, the former Ambassador of Japan to the United States, visited Portland Japanese Garden, he proclaimed it to be “the most beautiful and authentic Japanese garden in the world outside of Japan.” Enough said.”
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Botanical Garden
“There are over 10,000 rose bushes of approximately 650 varieties. The roses bloom from April through October with the peak coming in June, depending on the weather. New rose cultivars are continually sent to the garden from many parts of the world and are evaluated on several characteristics, including disease resistance, bloom formation, color, and fragrance. It is the oldest continuously operating public rose test garden in the United States and exemplifies Portland's nickname, "City of Roses".”
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Park
“Awesome park with lots of history, great trees, lake, and a great playground. Great for biking, playing sports, or just relaxing. Little bit of a drive or bike ride to get there. ”
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Garten
“One of Portland's coolest and most beautiful spots in a sketchy area. The Chinese Gardens are a full block radius oasis in Chinatown and so worth the visit. They have the Tao of Tea teahouse inside and you can easily spend a couple of hours relaxing and wandering and taking photos and having tea. Just be aware that Chinatown is not a nice area. It's an intriguing contrast. ”
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Playground
“This is one of my favorite nature spots in Portland. It's a small dormant volcano in the middle of our city! You can drive (or bike there and to the top if you are an avid cyclist). Beautiful views of Mt Hood and downtown Portland. We love to ride to the top and enjoy the view!”
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Theme Park
“Historic roller rink, kiddie rides, small town feel. And a legit roller coaster too.”
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Park
“Go out the front door and head south past the Steel Bridge to enjoy jogging, walking, biking, skateboarding, fountain play, lunching, basketball, fireworks viewing, Segwaying, boat watching, sunrises and sunsets. Due to its recreational use, lunch hours are peak-use hours for the waterfront park. In addition to recreational use, the park is also highly used by bike and pedestrian commuters during rush hours because the park is easily accessible to the downtown Portland workforce and provides a pleasant, off street thoroughfare away from vehicular traffic. It is currently home to the Waterfront Blues Festival, Oregon Brewers Festival, Gay/Lesbian Pride Festival and the Bite of Oregon.”
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Spielplätze

Park
“Awesome park with lots of history, great trees, lake, and a great playground. Great for biking, playing sports, or just relaxing. Little bit of a drive or bike ride to get there. ”
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Playground
“This is one of my favorite nature spots in Portland. It's a small dormant volcano in the middle of our city! You can drive (or bike there and to the top if you are an avid cyclist). Beautiful views of Mt Hood and downtown Portland. We love to ride to the top and enjoy the view!”
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Theme Park
“Historic roller rink, kiddie rides, small town feel. And a legit roller coaster too.”
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Playground
“The focal feature at Peninsula Park is The Rose Garden, a gorgeous display of Portland's official flower, which is meticulously maintained by Portland's Master Gardners and is frequently the site of professional photographer sittings and arts events. The entire park is a equally pleasant with large trees, wide curving walks, large open spaces, and a classic 1930's swimming pool cabana.”
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Park
“Ten blocks down Ainsworth, you'll hit a park full of heritage trees, a terrific playground space, covered basketball courts, tennis court, and may even see some live bike polo, among other things.”
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Playground
“Incredible Rose Garden that is therapeutic to walk through as you take in wonderful sights and smells. Extremely well taken care of with plenty of walking paths throughout. Wheelchair & stroller access is not an issue!”
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Park
“Many trees, nearby walking spot. Can you find the hornbeam on the hill? Check out the rare Chinese lacebark pine by the tennis court. A deluxe running track to the south of the park. ”
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Park
“Tennis courts, basketball court, community gardens and green space. Plus, fun people watching. ”
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Strände

Park
“Head up to the quaint St. John's neighborhood to walk around, see a movie, and/or head to Cathedral Park with a picnic in-tow. We like to stock up on picnic foods at New Seasons Grocery beforehand. It's worth it for the views of the St. John's bridge alone!”
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Park
“Great area to hike, jog, or walk your dog(s). In the summer there's free live music. Relaxed environment with beautiful views.”
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Beach
“Real local's favourite - park your car and then walk through the woods to the beaches at the confluence of the Willamette and Columbia Rivers. Nice view of Mt Hood on a clear day.”
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Surf Spot
“Surf shop and beer bar. Owner is super friendly, always a great tap list, and sometimes a comedy show. Friendly crowd”
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Wanderwege

State / Provincial Park
“Just a few miles away and another world of trees and trails awaits. Peaceful watershed so close to the city.”
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Wanderweg
“See the city from the beautiful waterfront areas of the Willamette River. Head East down burnside, and you will eventually get to the river and Waterfront park. Follow riverside walking paths and some of our easy-to-cross bridges, like Hawthorne, Burnside, Steel, and Tillikum bridges to get to the East side paths. You can walk varies routes as a loop, but wear good shoes, it can be a long walk from end to end.”
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Park
“Great area to hike, jog, or walk your dog(s). In the summer there's free live music. Relaxed environment with beautiful views.”
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Park
“Well manicured large city park with nice paved walking paths and amenities including play structures, picnic tables, skate park, off-leash dog area, tennis courts & sports fields.”
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Park
“Nestled into Forest Park, one of the biggest urban forest parks within city limits in the country. Learn about the local wildlife and then hike up to Pittock Mansion to enjoy a breathtaking view of downtown Portland and Mt.Hood. Explore many hikes through this beautiful forest.”
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Park
“A few miles of gorgeous trails within, and it only takes a lovely and brief walk to get there. Ignore Google's directions, its only about 15 minutes to get to the Terwilliger trailhead.”
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Wanderweg
“Feel the immense effect of nature without leaving the city. Portland's Forrest Park is the largest forrest within a city in the U.S. You can literally hike for 30+ miles.”
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Wanderweg
“Great trails through this urban oasis. We'll marked and easy to traverse. You will forget you are in the city in this hidden gem.”
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