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Tualatin Hills Nature Park, Beaverton

(4.8/5 based on 100+ reviews on the web)
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  • I stayed in Beaverton for several weeks, googled all the trails in the area, and this one is Superb....a pathway that is elevated and you walk on a bridge, mind you...its very secluded, but I felt qui...  more »
  • A wonderful park with trails for all levels. The trees are amazing and the paths easy to find and walk on. 
  • This is an excellent park for not hardcore hikers. We enjoyed walking and enjoying the nature. You don't have to drive far if you live in Portland or Beaverton 
  • This park has lots of trails that provide great exploration. The park has many fallen trees so it is best to stay on the paths. There is also a nature center that may be fun for children.
  • Absolutely amazing park! Lots of fresh air and tons of trails! There are tons of little signs littered throughout the path that provide very interesting information about the forest. The facility's are up kept, and the staff is super nice! Great exhibits for kids. Tons of pokestops, pokemon, and two pokemon gyms!
  • Lots of nice level paths, paved and unpaved, in good shape and accessible to children. You may have a lot of company on the paved paths, but solitude is possible on the gravel paths on weekdays. Beautiful fall walk - we even saw a doe!
  • Forest in the city. About 5 miles of great trails, about 2 miles paved. Lots of wildlife: deer, owls, squirrels, rabbits, birds, newts, nutrea, herons, ducks, beavers. Used to be muddy in the winter rains, but most of the muddy areas are gravel now. Hiked here every day for years until I moved away. No place like it, except maybe Forest Park.
  • This is such a wonderful park. From the freshest air to all the wildlife, its a great place to take a walk or jog to clear your mind and enjoy nature. My family and I have lived close to this park for 15 years, and every time we take a walk together, we see at least one animal like squirrels,deer,bunnies,herons, owls and snakes! And as far as I know they are many places that allow dogs so why critizes the one park that dosen't?