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Tryon Creek State Natural Area, Portland

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State Park · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
The Tryon Creek State Natural Area is a state park located primarily in Portland, in the U.S. state of Oregon. It is the only Oregon state park within a major metropolitan area. The 645-acre (261 ha) park lies between Boones Ferry Road and Terwilliger Boulevard in southwest Portland in Multnomah County and northern Lake Oswego in Clackamas County and is bisected from north to south by Tryon Creek.

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  • I happened on this hike when in a search from hotel room. Such a wonderful run/walk rich in history and views and trails. There is a little restaurant at the bottom for a quick bite when done  more »
  • What a treat! We explored this urban state park for the first time on a sunny October Sunday and had a blast. Dense forest with well-maintained trails signed at every junction. Paved, accessible...  more »
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  • I love the natural canopy that this park has, as it provides ample cover during a day with light rain. The park features an equestrian parking lot and trails. The trails for pedestrians are well maintained and for all levels of difficulty. If you visit the newly renovated Nature Center you can learn about the park and the types of nature one might encounter when on a trail. There are public restrooms and water fountains. The park also offers children's activities and tours.
  • An escape back to nature! Tyron Creek State Natural Area is a 650 acre plus beautiful day use nature area with 8 miles of intersecting hiking trails. 3.5 miles of horse trail and a 3 mile paved bicycle trail. Outdoor fun for both young and old. A nature learning center, and gift shop. Pet friendly too!

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