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Lovely trees and hiking trails abound in this very special park. The visitor center has books and maps and a library for the avid Gardner. Clean restrooms and soft drinks and coffee are also available . We loved our visit.
If you need to out for a refreshing walk among trees visit the Hoyt Arboretum. Parking may be difficult but nothing overwhelming difficult to prevent you from a nice walk. Different hikes well labeled abound. It is not a huge park but enough to accumulate...More
A beautiful part of Portland's west hills, you can walk through trees and hear the birds, it's lovely. There are 12 miles of pathes to walk in 189 acres of land. While you're in the area you can also visit the World Forestry Center, The...More
The one thing I loved about Portland was the amount of lush greenery everywhere and the epitome of Portland’s available nature is definitely the Hoyt Arboretum. I ended up going to the arboretum when it was pouring rain but I think that added to the...More
There are so many great trails in this park. It would take more than 1 trip to see them all. Some are better for fall colors - and I did not find the best fall color trails, but had a great time anyways.
This place is special. We spent a half-hour walking a few short trails. fantastic. Really impressive. There was one overlook spot that had an excellent view of Mount St. Helens and Mount Ranier. The diversity of species was incredible. Beware of limited parking.
Wonderful and a bit wild feeling, walked up from the World Forestry Center through different sections, some more open, some more closed and grown over. Walked through the oak collection and on the far end of it finally found the Notholithocarpus! Three trees, fruiting heavily,...More
You can take a bus from the Zoo station up to the visitors center "Tree House". Service is infrequent in the winter for the number 63 so be sure to check a schedule or the wair can be nasty! I like the Conifer side of the... More
You can take a bus from the Zoo station up to the visitors center "Tree House". Service is infrequent in the winter for the number 63 so be sure to check a schedule or the wair can be nasty! I like the Conifer side of the arboretum in the winter because most of the Conifers are evergreen. This part of the arboretum is East of the Visitors Center. They have samples of conifers from China, India, Africa, S.America, Europe and the Pacific N. W. There are a good number of large native conifers on the flowering tree side, too (the side closer to the zoo). You'll see Douglas Fir, Western Red Cedar, Hemlock. Both sides are pretty and the trails nice. We've had record rainfall in Dec., so expect some mud. No tickets are needed. If you drive you pay for parking.