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Salmon Creek Park, Vancouver

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TripAdvisor
  • This park is my church. I drop down via the Cougar Creek Trail and then do a loop around the turtle pond averaging a 5 mile work out. This park will take you through soaring pines, rushing water, lush...  more »
  • We've seen swans, ducks, geese, rabbits, snakes, birds, squirrels, and even deer at this beautiful park. I take the dog for walks there a couple times a week. From one end of the park to the other is ...  more »
  • I always think what could be in Vancouver and then I stumble upon this park on the way to the doctors office. A wonderful neighborhood and a picturesque area with a pond. Areas for picnics, bird watch...  more »
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  • The park was very nice and the patrons here seemed nice as well however the woman at the toll booth was not knowledgeable about whether or not I would be able to find a power outlet anywhere or where was a good place to launch my blow-up raft. If you going to charge money and staff these grounds the staff should be knowledgeable... just saying
  • This park consists of 4 baseball diamonds and a trail that goes along the creek till 36th, which is about 3 miles long. To the east is Klineline pond, which you can either walk to from here, or there is a separate parking lot. The trail is great, we like to walk it quite often; the rest of the park is well kept, however I don't suppose we'll use it till my kids are old enough for baseball.
  • This is a fairly large park with a pond for fishing and wading and a few things like a wading fountain for kids. It also has a really nice baseball set-up for little league games and some picnic areas too. There is a 3.5 mile walking trail paved with asphalt that takes a winding path through the park. There are...
  • Very nice place to walk along the creek. Nice view of Mount Hood.
  • Pretty place with long trails, kid toys, fishing decks, and a Sandy beach. Kids can swim be pay attention to the health warnings - there have been one or two ecoli alerts in the lake in the past.