People tend to check in during these times:
This park is like a dream come true
Beware of the icy ground during winter!
Amazing natural resource close to town. Fun place to play.
Walking and hiking. Great picnic spots.
Huge park! A great walk with pups
stand underneath that fountain that never appears to be on 🎶
Beautiful view of Mt. Hood on a clear day.
The gorillas are a must see, so amazing to watch
Don't miss the Japanese gardens and the International Rose Test Garden. Both must sees while in Portland.
Simple but lovely playground for kids.
Definitely a gorgeous area to live and walk around. The smell of the air is wonderful!
pick some blackberries!
Featuring 400+ acres of trees, gardens, attractions & playgrounds, plus 15 miles of trails!
Great place to take professional pictures!
Super nice especially in early spring.
Rent is too high here but beds are warm.
A big park. Everything from Natural to Playgrounds.
Nice place for a picnic
Here for the season opener of the Summer Festival with Linda Hornbuckle, Gene's colleague in the 'real' world
Don't pee in the Res.!!!
Must visit Japanese Gardens, then go explore the rest of the trails. Super easy trip from downtown with Trimet.
The park first opened in 1871 & was first known as City Park. John C. Olmsted gave the park its current name in 1909. It is also the site of Portland's first zoo.
The Washington Park Summer Festival in August has concerts on the lawn where you can bring your own booze and picnic.
Lindo parque, com enorme área verde e super aconchegante. Dentro dele também é possível ver o Rose Garden, Oregon holocaust memorial, jardin japonês e o zoológico.
Огромный парк для прогулок в любое время года 👍