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Oxbow Regional Park, Gresham

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#58 of 128 in Wildlife in Oregon
Wildlife Area · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
Oxbow Regional Park is a 1,000-acre (4.0 km2) natural area park located ten miles (16 km) southeast of Troutdale along the Sandy River in the U.S. state of Oregon. Owned and operated by Metro regional government, it hosts a yearly festival celebrating salmon.

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  • We camped here for two nights in early March while visiting family in nearby Gresham. Especially considering that this park is located on the edge of a major metropolitan area, it is really...  more »
  • Lots of places to hike around. Nice camping area. Great place to cool off in the water. We go here often to chill.  more »
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  • Fun family beach with no cell phone distractions. Clean and easily accessible. Great nature discovery park for the kids in addition to the playground. Wish there was a life guard on duty at the boat ramp, very scary to see people in the water not wearing life jackets with the drop off and swift currant, especially after having multiple drownings.
  • Absolutely beautiful park!! Well kept, quiet. It looks like a great place to go camping. We went here as our take out spot after floating down from Dodge Park. I will definitely be coming back to Oxbow before the summer is over!!

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