Looking for a great trail near Beaverton, Oregon? AllTrails has 14 great hiking trails, trail running trails, walking 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. If you're looking for the best trails around Guy W. Talbot State Park or Tryon Creek State Natural Area, we've got you covered. You'll also find some great local park options, like Tualatin Hills Nature Park or Rock Creek Greenway Park. Just looking to take a quick stroll? We've got 14 easy trails in Beaverton ranging from 0.9 to 4 miles and from 193 to 761 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

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10 days ago

Was a bit crowded today afternoon. Even the overflow parking lot was full.

Nice grounds and well maintained. Pet friendly on leash. Kids were able to do the loop as well as find some scavenger hunts items that were left by the camps that were there during the summer.

Excellent option for stroller if wheelchair. Relax and live with nature to the fullest.

Beautiful, well-kept trails in the middle of town. Plenty of trails to choose from and a variety of plant life to see along the way. The paved roads allow bicycles, so they see the most traffic, although most people are quiet and friendly. Once you get off the paved trails you'll see other walkers less frequently. Overall these are all easy trails to navigate, minimal inclines, although some of the wood bridges in the rain will test the grip on your shoes. Would recommend for new hikers, people looking for a casual walk, kids, etc. Tons of Pokémon stuff too if that's your thing.

I do this one frequently just to get some movement in to my day. Negligible elevation and very well-maintained paths with clear signage. I typically add the Ponderosa loop as well to make it closer to four miles. There have been signs up recently warning that owls have come swooping down on visitors to the park along certain stretches of trail, so maybe avoid taking your walk around dusk.

VERY easy trail, very pretty.

Nice short hike. Nothing too exciting to see, but it wasn’t crowded and there was a lot of shade. There was some road and construction noise, not a big deal, but maybe not ideal if you’re looking to get away from it all. Trail was very poorly marked and there were lots of loops. If I wasn’t using the app to track, I’m pretty sure I would have gotten lost or at least gone in circles. Also, the app says 3.3 miles, but I tracked 2.5 and that was taking some wrong turns.

More squishy than muddy on some of the trails but there is ones that are paved. Amazing get away in the middle of a city. You can walk/run as many or as few trails/miles as you please. Bridges and beautiful greenery.

Absolutely beautiful. Harder walk or easy hike with slight incline. Worth the trip!

Very nice urban trail.

Excellent trail with a lot of options, something for everyone. Asphalt, gravel, board walks and bridges, this trail has it all. Lots of beautiful vegetation. Will keep coming back.

Recommend you go the counterclockwise, so you can see the great views as you descend instead of having them to your back! Great scents to stop and enjoy, pretty quiet being a little out of town, and a little elevation change to get some exercise. Nice wide well maintained trail, could probably take a stroller.

hiking
2 months ago

Great little hike close to home

hiking
2 months ago

Good hike, shaded which was perfect for how hot it is today(89degrees) so it made it more humid. Pretty easy, wasn’t too difficult

hiking
no shade
2 months ago

Not a lot of shade on this hot afternoon. Trail is well maintained. Pace yourself because ascending back up the trail is steep in spots. There are a few scattered resting spots but not many. Stay on the trail - poison oak. Lovely area with great valley views. Overlook trail is especially pretty.

It looks like a mini jungle in the city. You can see various animals and plants, so you can go with your children. I felt like I was in a mini jungle. It has many different kinds of animals and plantation. I even saw a deer! This nature park is very good to walk or run.

Great trail. Easy to do. Has a little central Oregon feel to it.

hiking
2 months ago

Great easy trail for kids. Has a letterbox activity. Love the trail. Has open air and sun.

Very nice park. Lots of trail options. Almost completely flat. Many of the trails are stroller friendly.

running
2 months ago

It was fine. The map may not be up-to-date. There are some hidden trails.

It wasn’t super easy like the other reviews. We had our stroller and it’s pretty steep in several places. I’d say medium

Easy walk, but it's not more than 2.2 miles. Didn't impress me.

hiking
2 months ago

Great trail ! Perfect for beginner hiking and dog walking very woodsy and very light traffic !

running
2 months ago

Small brisk walk

Challenging walk/hike. It is built on the side of a mtn. So either direction you take from parking lot will take you down. So coming back is a steep hike up. Trail is well maintained, quite wide and made of crushed gravel. The whole prairie park had lot of poison oak off trail so best to stay on trail. Dogs not allowed. Doing every bit of trail can easily give people a 5+ mile hike. Good trail for some intense cardio.

hiking
2 months ago

I’d recommend this hike. Tall trees gave shade on portions of trails, so nice on a warm summer day. Worked up a sweat! Beyond just the trails, the garden was interesting also. Only reason it didn’t get 5 stars from me was because there were no signs or markings of any kind for which trails went where.

We liked this trail- very quiet on a Saturday. Dog loved it too! Some parts can be steep. We were also pleasantly surprised by the playground at Rivendale park.

It s so easy and very beautiful scenery

Mostly shaded and a little hard to navigate given all of the natural play areas that are dead ends.

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