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Tualatin Hills Nature Park Trail

Beaverton Tualatin Hills Nature Park Trails

The Tualatin Hills Nature Park is a 222-acre nature park and wildlife preserve in Beaverton, Oregon, owned by the Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation District (THPRD). It is one of THPRD's two nature parks along with Cooper Mountain Nature Park. The park features 5 miles (8 km) of trails, of which 1.5 miles are paved and 3.5 miles unpaved. The park features a diverse environment including several types of both evergreen and deciduous trees as well as creeks, wetlands, ponds, and meadows.
Tualatin Hills Nature Park Beaverton
Vine Maple Trail Tualatin Hills
This nature park is a fascinating place to observe seasonal changes, such as the migration of rough-skinned newts to their breeding ponds or the waves of spring wildflowers or breeding birds. For hikers, birders and botanists of all ages, the mosaic of habitats within the park offers much to be discovered.
Big Fir Forest Beaverton
Oak and Pine Forest Beaverton
Prairie Meadow Habitat Beaverton
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The park features about five miles of trail; 1.5 miles of trails are paved, while the remaining 3.5 miles are well-maintained, soft-surface trails. The Oak Trail and sections of the Vine Maple Trail are paved and wheelchair accessible.
Board Walk Tualatin Hills Nature Park
Beaverton Nature Park Trails
Beaverton Tualatin Hills Nature Park
Lupine and Oak Trails Beaverton
Trails in Tualatin Hills Nature Park
Tualatin Hills Nature Park Trails

The Lupine, Oak, and Vine Maple Trails are universal access trails.

·        Tualatin Hills Nature Park Loop Hike
·        Start point: Millikan Way Trailhead
·        End Point: Lily Pond
·        Hike Type: Loop
·        Distance: 4.3 miles
·        Difficulty: Easy
·        Regulations: No pets allowed

Address : 15655 SW Millikan Way, Beaverton, OR 97006
Hours open: Open daily, dawn to dusk.

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