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Tualatin Hills Nature Park, Beaverton

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TripAdvisor
  • Well preserved and interesting place to have a short hike while visiting. Well labeled plants and a good discovery center for children.  more »
  • Our first time here and weather was perfect. There's nice and quiet trails that winds through this location nestled in the city. Paths are half paved and half rocked. Paths were wide and easy to walk....  more »
  • Trails are easy and on a nice day, the park has several spots that will be Instagram worthy. Although it's close to the city, you will not even notice the hustle and bustle of it when you're on your a...  more »
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  • This has been my favorite park in Oregon since back in the late '90s when we'd run through it for Aloha cross country practice. Back then there were neither bridges nor paved paths, and it was a muddy slog. Now it's well-maintained with a variety of trails and beautiful areas featuring gravel paths, paved paths, and wooden path ways. I have seen squirrels, rabbits, snails, slugs, robins, sparrows, frogs, ducks, dragon flies, and so many other creatures and critters around. Plus, there are no dogs, which is a bonus.
  • Amazing woods ! 200yards in , and the only sound you will hear are the birds chirping on lichen covered branches , leaves rustling on the grounds and wind whistling on the tall Douglas fir tops ! So close to the city and yet such a pristine piece of forest! Very well kept ; thanks to the Park management and the volunteers spend the time improving the condition of the trails! The info-signs on the trails are a great and easy way to know the native flora and fauna.
  • The park is gorgeous and the trails are wonderful. You can choose a paved patch or just a dirt trail or a combo of the two. We walked a different way yesterday and it was all new to us. We never seem to take the exact same way which is nice. They have restrooms that are always fairly clean and a water fountain for before or after your way.
  • Nice easy trails. Dense vegetation that makes you forget your in Beaverton. Always find parking. never full. Plenty of other people come here everyday but rarely feels crowded. Good place to chill ;)
  • This is one of the most beautiful parks in the Beaverton area. There are several different types of forest areas, and the wildlife is abundant. It's easy to get to, parking is plentiful, and is adjacent to food and entertainment. It's also great for playing Pokemon go! Please respect the paths and don't damage the forest.