Explore the most popular birding trails near Beaverton with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

Simple and relaxing.

Walked entire loop with wife and two young daughters (3 & 5 yr) we loved it. We saw lots of different wildlife, we had a great time and there is a community center at the beginning/end of trail. Very neat stuff inside!

Super boring trail. Not a lot to see! You can’t really drown out the cars that are close by either. Won’t be back

Went out to the park for the first time. Nice place for a stroll and for some quietness. A lot of people there but once we got our didn’t seem people all that much. We did a 2 mile loop but different options.

Nice loop for training for a race. If you get there right at dawn you can avoid the crowds. Toilets and water available.

On nice days this trail is quite popular, but not bad overall. Lots of birds and other critters, including a lot of bugs. There are many different paths you can take and plenty of spots you can stop to rest or simply take in the scenery. As it is an easy walk, it’s a great trail to bring the kids to!

walking
1 month ago

Ok if you want a quick walk through nature without leaving the city. The loop took me barely any time. Pretty, well-kept area but probably good for kids as there’s nearly zero incline and the path is exceptionally maintained (almost all boardwalk or paved). Not good if you want an actual trail without driving all the way to Portland or the coast.

My new favorite, go-to spot! Great variety of wild life, water features and paved/dirt/boardwalk trails. The big 3.4 mile loop takes about an hour at a quick pace. Note that some of the smaller, short cut trails have been decommissioned.

I love running big fir trail. Gorgeous scenery.

I run here a few times a week to train for random races. I love this park.

You have to bounce around through hundreds of people playing Pokémon Go. Everyone was like zombies transfixed on their phones. The area is gorgeous but we will never be back.

we could see deers, such an easy and beautiful walk! some parts can get muddy, so bring proper shoes!

Easy and clean trail. A few non-paved loops but good for kids. No pets allowed.

Beautiful place!

Super quick little trail that defends pretty steeply in the middle. Not really stroller friendly, but totally worth it for the kids.

Probably the best in the city of beaverton. Tons of runners and foot traffic on the weekends, so be prepared to move over. Beautiful lake and water crossings. Enjoyable even in fall.

easy walk. great for young kids and a nice walk.

Easy walk. Great escape from the urban environment and so accessible!

Amazing trail.. neatly maintained path.. great for kids and elders too.. full of greens and birds.. loved this trail.. would definitely visit next time for running..

Great for walking in wet times of the year's due to many paved paths. Would be good for those using wheels, whether bikes to wheelchairs and more. There are also many gravel and raised plank paths. The area is well maintained. I gave it a 4 because although it is a very pleasant walk in the woods, the scenery is just woods. There are many hiking trails in Oregon with amazing views.

hiking
6 months ago

Relaxing sounds of cars and trucks and traffic. Amazing view of houses and streets. If you like beautiful secluded forests this isnt for you

Very easy light walk, but very beautiful , feels like a jungle

As far as mellow, fairly flat trails go, this one is great! it's like a little piece of the woods inside the city. I'd highly recommend it for an easy stroll, or just needing a minute to take back into the Earth.

Great trail! Saw lots of wildlife but the best was the owl. Loved it!

You can't bring dogs, kinda lame man. The pups like to come with us.

This is close to the house. I love putting my headphones on and enjoy the dirt trails.

One of my favorite places to walk my dogs. Plenty of trails-I'm always trying a new one. It's semi-rugged so you don't get the stroller and bike traffic that you find on many other trails (my dogs are afraid of them).

I would upgrade to 5 stars if there were more trail markers telling you where you are at and where you are going.

I have been visiting this nature park since 2002. There are wetlands, woods and paths that are great if you are looking to get your daily or weekly walking done. Today I walked 7000+ steps. The trails are well marked with signage at trail junctions. The office staff are great people who are very knowledgeable. It's a great place to bring groups of kids to walk in nature. They have lots of kid friendly activities during the summer. You might even see deer newts and other wildlife.

Great park for evening stroll..shade throughout the trail

Nice place for evening walk

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