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Tualatin Hills Nature Park, Beaverton

Categories: Nature & Parks
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4.7/5 based on 100+ reviews on the web
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  • It's amazing how when you enter you don't even know you are in the middle of the "city" or maybe better word suburbs. Multiple trails to choose from. Easy walk. Nothing strenuous. 
  • I come here once a week. Its my favorite place to hike in Beaverton. It's quiet and not many people use the unpaved trails. The paved trails are very good too but more people are using it. This nature...  read more »
  • You can still find times where there are fewer people there. Staffed office is open till 5pm. They have a gift store and small reference library. You can get your nature questions answered. It's quiet...  read more »
  • This park is beautiful. I love moss on trees! There is a boardwalk that goes through a portion of this park and it makes it very accessible. It is a little narrow, but as long as you go slow it is enough to pass others. Bicyclists like to go through here, making it feel a little dangerous, but as long as you're aware they're around you can avoid them.
  • Beautiful running trail in Beaverton. Had everything you could want - big beautiful trees, paved running trails and easy/free parking. As a female, I also liked that the trails were populated enough that I never felt I was running alone through a wooded area but no so crowded I felt like frogger. Really lovely area, I’ll be back!
  • Came to this park today with my SERVICE DOG. Then saw a sign that stated NO DOGS. Now, I know I could have still gone in as my "dog" is classified as a service animal, but I didn't as I was standing up for all the other dog people out there that are not allowed to bring theirs to this park. I/we completely respect any wildlife that may be in ANY park we visit I also respect that the park wants to take care of the wildlife, however to ban all dogs? It is not the dogs fault his human is allowing him to follow his instincts or letting him off the leash. That would be the humans fault, the human's that you are still letting in to the park with the disrespectful, noisy, run amok kids they are not watching and the same humans that are leaving their trash behind!! My dog is better behaved than most humans/kids!! My dog goes EVERYWHERE with me, therefore neither of us will be going to this crap park!! Maybe you should reprimand the actual violators and ban THEM from the park instead of people and their dogs who just want to walk in a nice area.
  • This place is awesome. Deer, rabbits, owls, coyotes, squirrels... Some extremely well maintained paved trails, excellent access for any disabilities. Also, miles of single track dirt trails. Dogs not allowed.
  • If you love the woods from a paved path you will love this park! A large visitor's center, clean bathrooms, and miles of trails, both paved and unpaved. A great place to step away from traffic and the hustle and bustle of city life.
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