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This greenway, located not far from the runway, is a fine example of what open space should be. You will find fields that are perfect for soccer, football, Frisbee, kite-flying, chipping, running or picnicking. You will find facilities for picnics, tennis courts and lighted baseball and softball fields. The name of the park comes from its former status, the Mount Tabor Villa, as a stop along the Mount Tabor Street Railway Company in the late 1800s. No fees to use the park, unless picnic areas are reserved for an organized event; fees depend on the type of event.
Frazer Park was built on the space previously occupied by a juvenile detention center. This beautiful park and its elaborate playground make it one of the favorite hangouts of the kids. Now that they're no longer forced to be here, they love to be here. A good place to stay out of trouble, the park also offers a basketball court, built on the former concrete floor of the juvenile home. It's a nice park in often-overlooked Northeast Portland. Enjoy the views of riverbanks and mountaintops.
Stroll through a forest of old and majestic trees, play frisbee on the expansive grassy fields or just sit back and watch the wildlife from a comfortable bench. Park visitors should pack a lunch and picnic under one of the shady trees. In addition to a man-made lake, you will also find a large children's play area, more than 30 acres (12.14 hectares) of grass and trails, tennis, volleyball and basketball courts, restrooms and more. Laurelhurst Park has graced the City of Roses since 1911.
Berrydale Park is a small city park lying in the shadow of Mount Tabor. It provides nice open space for practicing chipping, throwing a Frisbee, or just stretching out. Smaller ones, like this 6.5-acre (2.63 hectares) chunk, are the ideal places to seek solitude. You will see an occasional local strolling through, but folks are friendly. Amenities here include a softball or soccer field, playground and a community garden.
A wide asphalt path, perfect for jogging, cuts through the lawn of this city green. Creston Park is filled with other recreation essentials, like picnic tables, playground, restrooms and more, but the main attraction is the swimming pool. Ideal for those who love swimming in natural surroundings but fear an attack by a barracuda, shark or other aquatic predator, the pool rests in a grove of trees like a natural swimming hole.
Bring the kids and spend the day at this wonderful Portland park. Stately Douglas firs and cedars enclose the rolling green hills in this 10-acre green space. While nature has provided the perfect place to relax and enjoy a quiet day in the park, the city has added amenities to ensure a fun time. You will find fields for soccer and softball, volleyball and tennis courts, a wading pool, playground and restrooms. There are no fees to use the park.
Kids ten and up will have a great, high action time at Splat Action Paint ball this Southeast Portland paint ball field. With more than 200 acres of diverse playing ground, no other facility in Oregon can compete. They also have the latest rental equipment available. Playing rates vary according to whether players rent equipment and which type of field they choose. Call to book a private party.
This Southeast Portland park consists mainly of nice open space and a sampling of Oregon flora. The undeveloped plot just east of Interstate Highway 205 offers a nice place to stroll and stretch, play with the dog or let the kids run loose a little. About an acre in size, Cherry Blossom Park does not offer fields, courts or other facilities. Instead, you will enjoy shady trees, sunny grass and the natural surrounding views.