Tryon Creek Natural Area

An oasis of wilderness in southwest Portland. This 658 acre natural area is located between I-5 and the Willamette River, and Portland and Lake Oswego. With amenities to encourage everyone to get out and enjoy the natural landscape including hiking trails, paved trails, and horse trails. There are several access points and trail heads. Get detailed information on the state website: Oregon State Parks

  • 658 acres
  • .3 mile trillium trail
  • 8 miles of hiking trails
  • 8 bridges and a boardwalk over a wetland.
  • Year-round hiking
  • 3.5 miles of packed gravel trails for equestrians. From the equestrian parking area, the North Horse Loop is 2.1 miles and the West Horse Loop is 3.1 miles.
  • 3-mile paved bicycle path
  • Educational programs and guided hikes available throughout the year
  • Interpretive exhibits

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