Tualatin Hills Nature Park Loop Trail is a 3.7 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Beaverton, Oregon that offers the chance to see wildlife and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round.
Wetland Wildlife Reserve near the Tualitin River. Best for watching birds. Open from Dawn till dusk and includes a visitor center.
This is one of our favorite winter hikes because of the paved trails.
love this trail, you can see deer and small wildlife often.
Awesome place to get some nice forest scenery in the middle of the city. Mostly paved paths but about a quarter of hiking trails. Lots of wooden bridges in some spots. Also tons of signs explaining the natural berries/flowers and vegetation that Oregon has to offer. Great place to get a quick lunch break walk/hike in or take the family.
Nice trails, very flat, offers wonderful animal sightings. A nice little escape from the city.
Gorgeous trails, lovely views. We saw chipmunks and a western garter snake. The Nature Center was lovely and the staff was helpful and extremely knowledgeable, as well as happy to help us identify the flora and fauna we encountered. The restrooms were nice.
Easy, safe, fun trails.
Good trail, easy walk
I live right next door so I hike this a lot. Beautiful and peaceful in early morning.
Good trail to run on a lot of loops to add up the mileage and relatively flat. It is also good for walking and there are a good number of viewpoints. It is more of a wetland than anything, so there are not the panoramic views seen in trails near Portland, but there is a lot more wildlife.
Beautiful and easy to do!