Pretty much an open field with a few trees that are pretty big. The woven wooden 'heads' were the main reason for my visit, but the walking bridge is cool to look at too. We exhausted the trails in about 20 or 30 minutes, and I think we saw most of the park in that time. Not the biggest or prettiest, and hopefully they do some more landscaping, but it's better than a housing development.
28 days ago
Live sculptures and short loop in wetland. Dog rules and lack of direct path from bridge to wetland are completely angering. They are spending public money constantly covering a natural path people take to see the water rather than just putting in stairs or sculpting the land better. They are saying no dogs in a tiny area urban area where dogs have no science based effect and forcing people on a couple tiny trails and shrubbing up everything else reducing recreational space for a rapidly growing community to explore and be in nature.
4 months ago
A beautiful nature Park, brand new, with many new plantings growing, which means it will continue to improve over the years. Great walking and running paths, both paved and unpaved, bridges over Rock Creek, and lots of wildlife to see at various times of the day. A popular and great place for singles, couples, families, children, and anyone who wants a relaxing atmosphere in and outdoor venue. There is also a famous mini mansion, that is part of the orenco history, being refurbished, and will be open to the public in the future. There is a large placard explaining the history of the house, and their plans for it on site. Definitely worth taking a look at, if you have never visited this place before.