Washington Park

2368 W Burnside St
Portland, OR 97210


  • The park first opened in 1871 & was first known as City Park. John C. Olmsted gave the park its current name in 1909. It is also the site of Portland's first zoo.
  • Beautiful view of Mt. Hood on a clear day.
  • Don't miss the Japanese gardens and the International Rose Test Garden. Both must sees while in Portland.
  • Super nice especially in early spring.
  • Don't pee in the Res.!!!
  • It includes a zoo, forestry museum, arboretum, children's museum, rose garden, Japanese garden, soccer field, picnic areas, playgrounds, public art and many acres of wild forest with miles of trails.
  • Astounding Japanese garden. Make sure to take a tour!
  • Rose Test garden, 10000 plants; Japanese Garden, trails, lots more
  • Gorgeous rose gardens!
  • Plenty of stairs to get good exercise on.
  • Incredible urban park with grass on the east side and wild forest and trails on the west
  • Big and green
  • See the rose garden and arboretum
  • Go for a jog after a heavy dinner or bring some friends + beers for a chill picnic/hangout.
  • Lindo lugar para un atardecer!!
  • This park is like a dream come true
  • Beware of the icy ground during winter!
  • Amazing natural resource close to town. Fun place to play.
  • Walking and hiking. Great picnic spots.
  • Lindo parque, com enorme rea verde e super aconchegante. Dentro dele tambm possvel ver o Rose Garden, Oregon holocaust memorial, jardin japons e o zoolgico.

Nearby places

611 SW Kingston Ave (at SW Fairview Blvd)
4000 SW Fairview Blvd (Washington Park)