Tryon Creek State Park Trail is a 2.1 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Lake Oswego, Oregon that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
A wonderful park with huge trees and tons of wildlife. One of my favorites.
Great place to get into nature without having to leave the city.
Beautiful scenery, and good elevation. Definitely coming back!
Always enjoy Tryon. Today we did the perimeter and logged about 4.2 miles. Great as usual and soon the leaves will be falling and it will look so magical.
It's was cool!
High-traffic, well-maintained trail in dense, lush forest in the city of Portland. Lots of runners and families. Away from development and street noise, quiet and peaceful. Facilities include bathrooms and maps. Great loop for showing guests the native habitat.
Loved this place. Not a lot of people, no noise from the cars and really peaceful I would definitely return here
This is the 100 acre wood!
This is a great all weather trail close in. Good for cool, rainy days.
This is a great escape for short little walks in the forest. The greatest advantage of this park is that it is so close to the city. My dog loves to go and walk the numerous trails within the park. The farther from the nature center you get, the less people you will see. From past experience I would recommend looking at a map online and parking at one of the more southern parking areas rather than at the nature center. This would be a good walk/hike for those not looking to do a long or strenuous hike but rather to escape from the hustle and bustle of the city.
A great hike. I wish they had a more detailed map. Somehow I ended up on the bike trail for the last 3/4 of the hike. Peaceful and cool with all the trees.
Nice easy stroll with beautiful trees and water.
Was a fun trail.
This trail is fun and great for family and our dogs.. we loved it..