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Hoyt Arboretum, Portland

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Hoyt Arboretum is a public park in Portland, Oregon and is part of the complex of parks collectively known as Washington Park. The 189-acre (76 ha) arboretum is located atop a ridge in the Tualatin Mountains two miles (3.2 km) west of downtown Portland. Hoyt has 12 miles of hiking trails, two miles of accessibility paved trails, and is open free to the public all year. About 350,000 visitors per year visit the arboretum.
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  • Nice Park to hike, had multiple trails based on length of time, for ex: there is a 30 min trail, 1 hr trail and 2 hr trail, no admission fee, gorgeous trees, clean area, enjoyed it very much. 
    Nice Park to hike, had multiple trails based on length of time, for ex: there is a 30 min trail, 1 hr trail and 2 hr trail, no admission fee, gorgeous trees, clean area, enjoyed it very much.  more »
  • A beautiful place to walk and easy to spend a whole day here. There are so many trails to explore, no matter what time of year it is there is going to be something in bloom on at least a couple of... 
    A beautiful place to walk and easy to spend a whole day here. There are so many trails to explore, no matter what time of year it is there is going to be something in bloom on at least a couple of...  more »
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  • Great place to walk in the woods so close to the city. You'll feel like you're out in the wilderness but on a easy to walk trail. Love how many trees are labelled so you know what you are looking at. The bamboo forest is pretty neat. Not that hard to access with transit using either the bus and the park shuttle, or just taking the MAX Red or Blue Line to the zoo station and walking down.
  • Beautiful natural oasis close to the city. Entry is free and you only pay for parking if visiting by car, which is $2 an hour or $8 max a day. We walked the redwood trail which takes about an hour and only went back to the car because it started to rain. Highly recommend this trail as the enormous trees are awe inspiring.

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