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Crystal Springs Rhododendron Garden, Portland

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TripAdvisor
  • The garden is large and is beautiful, even when the rhododendrons are not in bloom. Plan for a lot of walking and to potentially get a bit lost. It was a great, low-key experience.  more »
  • Wonderful morning wandering the lush green paths and watching the birds. Parking is limited but we were able to park across the street at Reed. Well worth the $5. Fabulous place to take photos. Lots o...  more »
  • What a beautiful garden for only $5.00 per person, and enough trails, bridges and benches to allow you to relax all afternoon. It was a hot day when we went, but there were plenty of shaded areas and ...  more »
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  • This place is amazing and only $5 per adult! Very extensive garden with a duck pond, several bridges, waterfalls, and great views. Lots of benches here and there. Most of it is wheelchair accessible. It is usually peaceful and not too crowded.
  • This place is just okay. Not a must visit or anything like that. Entrance fee is reasonable. If you have a few hours and don't have anything better to do, go to this place. Lots of flowering plants. Small water bodies with lots of duck. But, didn't appear to be very well maintained. But, a walk in Forest Park is a much better option.
  • Wonderful park, next to a golf course. It's great place with lots of paths to take a walk. It's amazing place to enjoy a quite picnic on a lawn surrounded by beautiful nature. When rhododendrons are in bloom is one of my favorite time to go there and take lots of amazing photos.
  • Beautiful place for a quiet walk. Stroller friendly for kids, multiple places to picnic in the sun or shade. Free before 10 AM and for kids under 12. The small parking lot is usually full, but there is usually easy parking across the street at Reed College. We went in late May and there were still plenty of blooms.
  • I love the plants and the trails, the ducks come right up to you and there is plenty of wildlife. Unlike parks, you won't see any drug addicts or homeless people, and everyone is super friendly that was volunteering there