DWG Map Gresham Oregon US

Gresham, Oregon, is home to several nature parks and recreational areas that offer beautiful outdoor experiences for residents and visitors alike. Here are some of the notable nature parks in and around Gresham:

  1. Gresham Butte Rumler Loop: This loop trail is a popular local spot for hiking and enjoying nature. It offers a scenic route through the forested hills and open meadows, providing opportunities for bird-watching and enjoying the Pacific Northwest’s lush greenery.
  2. Main City Park: Located in downtown Gresham, Main City Park offers a mix of outdoor activities, including sports fields, a playground, and walking paths. The park features tall trees and picnic areas, making it a great place for family outings.
  3. Gresham Fairview Trail: This multi-use trail stretches through Gresham and Fairview, offering a pedestrian and bicycle path for residents to enjoy outdoor activities. The trail is ideal for a leisurely walk or a bike ride and connects to various parks and recreational areas along its route.
  4. Powell Butte Nature Park: While technically in Portland, Powell Butte Nature Park is a short drive from Gresham and well worth the visit. This 611-acre park features a network of hiking and biking trails that lead to a summit with panoramic views of the Cascade Range, Mount Hood, and the city.
  5. Sandy River Delta Park: Located just east of Gresham, this park offers a unique blend of riparian and upland habitats. It’s a great place for bird-watching, hiking, and even horseback riding. The park’s trails provide access to the beautiful Sandy River, making it a serene destination for nature enthusiasts.
  6. Oxbow Regional Park: Situated on the Sandy River, Oxbow Regional Park is a bit further from Gresham but is worth the drive for those seeking a more secluded and wilder experience. It offers camping, hiking, and river access for fishing and swimming.
  7. Springwater Corridor: This multi-use trail stretches for many miles, connecting Gresham to the city of Portland. It follows an old rail line, providing a scenic route for walking, running, biking, and rollerblading. You can enjoy views of wetlands, forests, and the Johnson Creek.

These parks and natural areas offer a variety of outdoor experiences, from leisurely strolls in city parks to more adventurous hikes and nature exploration. Whether you’re a local resident or just passing through, Gresham’s nature parks provide a chance to connect with the natural beauty of the Pacific Northwest.

Author: Kirill Shrayber, Ph.D.

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