Looking for a great trail in Washington City Park, Oregon? AllTrails has 8 great hiking trails, walking trails, kid friendly trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. Just looking to take a quick stroll? We've got 6 easy trails in Washington City Park ranging from 1.3 to 6.2 miles and from 744 to 944 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

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Really nice for a short trail located in the city. Redwood trees lookout was beautiful.

great spot for kids and pups!

Beautiful-parking is a bit of a challenge but worth figuring out because thus is such a pretty walk.

hiking
11 days ago

Beautiful! Great for dogs!

Beautiful view! Picnicked at Pittock Mansion.

Crisp weather. Lots of shade and coverage from the sun. Beautiful green views. Several tree species. Perfect for novice hikers.

hiking
bridge out
1 month ago

hiking
1 month ago

Really nice..easy trail. Good for kids too.

hiking
1 month ago

Purtyy and bomb as hell. Y’all trees and soft dirt to run in

Flowers!

hiking
1 month ago

Nice variety in this hike, popular trails mixed in with views of Japanese Gardens. Rose Gardens were crammed with roses in full bloom & visitors but the rest of the loop was more sparsely occupied. Work on reservoir was interesting but loud.

hiking
1 month ago

Beautiful walk in a variety of trees. Lots of trail intersections so had to keep checking the map. Japanese Gardens, Vietnam memorial, Redwood deck, Hoyt Arboretum. We parked at the visitor center which has pay parking and nice rest rooms, and walked the Oak trail to connect to the loop.

closed for repairs! :(

Gorgeous!!! Love every moment. Canopy is gorgeous and the redwoods!! Wow!

hiking
1 month ago

So these trails are definitely gorgeous- the rhododendrons, azaleas and magnolias are blooming and it was a beautiful day. My real complaint was just that as a visitor the map they gave me and the trail markings were very confusing. If you have plenty of time to amble, it’s awesome. I did 4.5 miles.

hiking
1 month ago

early for parking a lots of crisscrossing

hiking
washed out
2 months ago

hiking
closed
2 months ago

Parking and restrooms close plus covered picnic area. Great for kiddos; I did this with a 6 month old. This particular loop had a section closed for landscaping at the very start so we had to walk around a different way to finish but wasn’t very out of the way.

great trail especially for toddlers

hiking
3 months ago

Very nice network of trails. We extended to make it a 3.3 mile (1 hr 20 min) walk. Can make it longer or shorter based on your wants. You have the option to walk to the zoo, archery area, Japanese garden and rose garden

hiking
muddy
3 months ago

hiking
3 months ago

Nice general, easy hike with the kids. Informative, pretty.

Were only able to go maybe .5 miles on this trail. Wildwood is closed around the Redwood Trail. It said it is closed until fall for bridge construction.

trail running
4 months ago

Trail run around Hoyt Arboretum and up to Pittock Mansion. Rare day with amazing mountain views but not too much wind. Some flowers just starting to bloom. Ran across Burnside traffic for maybe the last time :o)

hiking
blowdown
closed
muddy
4 months ago

A good chunk of this trail was closed right in the middle (no city views as promised), with no mention of it having a detour at the trail heads. The trail intertwines with myriad others, the markers are quite confusing in some spots, and the trail names do not line up with what was downloaded on my map (from this app). We ended up adding an extra 3 miles - which then didn’t even record - and had to use apple maps gps to find our way back to the car. Pretty frustrating for a day that started out so wonderfully. Thankfully the weather was perfect, and the trail was pretty.

hiking
closed
muddy
5 months ago

Great trail, mileage slightly off. I started at one of the bottom Hoyt Arboretum parking lots and it was 4 miles to Pittock. There was also part of the trail closed with a re-route but the re-route wasn’t any longer than the trail would’ve been. Instead of coming back the same way, I did a loop through Hoyt Arboretum which made it 6.2 miles. Hardly anyone out on a Monday. The one thing to be wary of is that this trail brings you to the crossing at Burnside. There were breaks in the traffic to cross but just be aware that you do have to cross it.

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