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Die besten Parks in Portland

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
“This place is absolutely STUNNING. Koi ponds, gorgeous sculptures, rock garden, and cultural experiences. Worth the entry ticket.”
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Botanical Garden
“We are known as the rose city and this is a pretty incredible rose garden with a pretty incredible view. Definitely best taken advantage of in June during the rose festival season. ”
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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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Playground
“Beautiful hiking, beautiful views of the city and historic reservoirs. Less than a mile from the Cottage. Has a large off leash dog park. Great for walking your dog to let him/her run.”
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Garten
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“For a deep and carefully thought out expression of craftsmanship, culture, and an interactive environment where there is always an event going on to listen to or observe!”
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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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Park
“Have a picnic, play on the beach, and take in the views of the iconic St. John’s bridge.”
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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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Garten
“Beautiful garden with lovely walking paths. Dog's are welcome if on a leash.”
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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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Kirche
“Catholic Sanctuary with interesting history. Enjoyed by guests of all denominations. Taking the elevator up to the higher level gardens is a must. Walk the labyrinth. On a clear day you can see mountains.”
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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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Park
“Challenging to hike here since it's uphill, they have a nice parking lot. Breath taking views, this is the spot to watch stars, eclipse, and other sky stuff.”
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Botanical Garden
“In the right season this is a beautiful place with views of Mt. Hood and thousands of roses.”
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