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Cooper Mountain Nature Park, Beaverton

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Wildlife Area · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
Cooper Mountain Nature Park is a 231 acres (93 ha) nature park in the Portland metropolitan area in the U.S. state of Oregon. Opened in 2009, the park is owned and operated by Metro, the regional government in the Oregon portion of the metro area. The park is named after Cooper Mountain, the primary geological feature in the area near Beaverton. Maintained by the regional Tualatin Hills Park and Recreation District, the natural area has 3.5 miles (5.6 km) of hiking trails. It is one of THPRD's two nature parks, along with the Tualatin Hills Nature Park.

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  • Great place to take your family? Very educational. Children can learn about nature. They have summer camps as well.  more »
  • It is an excellent park. The other reviews for this park are very accurate so I will not elaborate on the park itself. But, I want to warn others that there are no dogs were allowed before drive all....  more »
  • Excellent slice of beautiful nature that is sprawling and long enough to spend a few hours exploring. From wooded trails to open fields, there is a lot of cherish here. Dogs are not allowed (unfortunately), but with that comes calm and quiet one may not get at other nature parks. There are plenty of places to rest as you walk/run and many, many potential pictures to take when taking it in at the moment is finished. Entire families can come and enjoy it. There are no difficult hills or intense climbs. Easy going and beautiful.
  • We took our 3 year old son here to go on a short trail and he loved it! There was a nice view, greenery and markers with maps to help you along the way. Well kept trails, safe and has a play area for kids right off the parking lot.

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