Explore the most popular hiking 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.

trail running
20 days ago

The traffic/city noises are a definite drawback but the lush greenery and good condition trails make up for it with it's proximity to the city. There are also beautiful garden areas and an all-ability playground. Definitely easy enough to stroll causally for children or adults and saw multiple people with leashed pups in tow. Very nice for a city park and not as overwhelmed by city noise as tualatin nature park.

hiking
22 days ago

I like the variety this park offers. Lots of fir, cedar, oak, ash and a few large Ponderosa pines. Ponds and creeks with wildlife. The parking lot was full but the trails didn't feel crowded.

hiking
26 days ago

easy enough. wanted to test this one out a few months after back surgery and it was easy to get through it.
enjoyed the scenery.

Great views and nice trails only did the little loop will be back again soon. Great for 3 year old and a stroller

Good for a quick walk during week too crowded and structured if you’re looking for real nature. narrow paths

hiking
1 month ago

Easy to walk! Love it

It's a nice place to walk without having to drive far. Many people frequent the park, however, so it's not a place to seek solitude. Mom and I walked every trail in the north half, including a few obscure ones. We saw three deer grazing at the lily pond.

We came here to mountain bike because this app has mountain biking as an activity here, but there is NO MOUNTAIN BIKING here. Someone even made sure we saw the rule sign. He was very concerned we did not ride bikes there. Other than that it looks like a great place to go for a walk.

Very hilly and nice views

I took my walking group here on a very hot day, and had a delightful, easy, shady 3.8 mile walk. wish there were more trails like it!

Fun great little place for a family stroll or a nice run. Nicely shaded too so it stays cool throughout most of the trails..
We started out early so it wasn't too many people yet. Parking lot was full by the time we were done after 9am on a Saturday.

This is a very nice walk for little legged or wheel bound kiddos as well as adults who are a little more unstable on their feet. THPRD has done a very good job trying to make you feel like you're in nature EXCEPT for the constant sounds of trains/max, busses, cars, etc. The trails are well maintained and clearly marked. The nature center and bathrooms are in good shape as well. I would recommend it to someone needing a quick walk/jog through the trees or an elderly person or person with young children mostly due to the paved trails and little to no incline... However, I don't think we will be returning as it is a bit too easy and close to city noise for my 8, 5, and 2yo preference as well as mine.

Lots of road walking, but there are lots of blackberries to munch on in late July so that made it nice

walking
3 months ago

nice trail.

walking
3 months ago

My family and I did the 'Little Prairie Loop' which was a nice, scenic loop.

I carried my three month old the entire trail while my girlfriend ran down the trail and back to me and the baby continuously.

The trail is well maintained and is virtually all gravel. There's slight elevation change, but nothing strenuous.

Views of the Tualatin/Sherwood area atop the trail was nice and the wooded areas were cooler in temp and beautiful.

Great little walk for the entire family.

Paved paths, it’s nice. Can take long walks or short ones. It’s nice

Easy for a everyday walk

Mostly paved. Good walk.

hiking
3 months ago

This is a great place for wildflowers including the endangered Pale Larkspur. Beautiful hills, meadows, forests and birdwatching.

hiking
3 months ago

Beautiful park! Lots of wildflowers blooming now.

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!

on Jenkins Estate Trails

hiking
4 months ago

on Cooper Mountain

hiking
4 months ago

Great place for a nature walk or a nice run with some hills.

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.

wonderful hike. Loved the variety of flora and fauna as well as the variety of trails. "caution" Poison Oak!

Cool park with lots for kids to do. Walking path is paved and wide open, there isn’t much to it.

nature trips
4 months ago

The trail is more of a wide gravel path sidewalk.
Although for good reason, given the poison oak to be aware of here, the pasture valley is beautiful with the hills in the background.
Great starter playground for the kids while parents prepare.

Clean restrooms, can't stress that enough, godliness.

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