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This popular park offers miles of trails, an extensive rose garden, a large Japanese garden and a zoo. For information on free shuttles, attraction admission hours and pricing within the park, and maps, visit our website.
While our family didn't enjoy the majority of Portland, we did like Washington Park. We took the train from our hotel area downtown, which was a pleasant 10-12 minute trip (can't remember the cost...maybe $2.50 per person). There is a free shuttle once you are...More
What a gem in the middle of Portland!!! The nice shady trails were moderate level, and well maintained. I took the stairs from the Japanese Garden parking lot trying to go to the Arboredum... If I hadn't been helped by a neighbor of the park,...More
We loved this park. My wife especially loved the rose gardens. There are plenty of hiking paths that make you feel like you’re in a National Park. There is a great holocaust memorial that is very meaningful and moving. It puts my hometown’s (Baltimore) to...More
We parked near the zoo(bought an all-day ticket) and took the shuttle to the rose garden. It was lovely and amazing. The shuttle is very convenient and we took it back to the parking lot, where we boarded the MAX train to downtown. When we...More
We hiked into the park from Nob Hill which is right at the entry. It is an uphill walk to get the rose garden and-or the Japanese Garden. We broke up the two and did one each day although if you are fast you could...More
We decided to walk to the rose gardens from downtown. It was not a long walk, but once you cross the freeway it is mostly uphill all the way to the gardens. Better option would have been an Uber to the gardens and hike back....More
Walking or running the trails, or visiting one of the beautiful attractions like the zoo, the rose garden, the japanese garden, the forestry center, the childrens museum, and the arboretum. Theres so much to see and do here!