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Washington Park

1715 South West Skyline Boulevard, Portland, OR 97221-2658
+1 503-823-2538
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  • Excellent76%
  • Very good19%
  • Average2%
  • Poor0%
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“rose garden” (334 reviews)
“japanese garden” (293 reviews)
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1715 South West Skyline Boulevard, Portland, OR 97221-2658
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Yes indeed, walking through some parts of this park feels more like walking in a pine forest, rather than in a park. Though it is beautifully groomed and has some huge trees. I

1  Thank Karina A
Reviewed 1 week ago

We took a taxi up the hill to Washington Park and went to the Rose Garden. The roses were not in bloom yet, but it was a beautiful setting. We sat and looked out at Mount Hood. It was a very relaxing couple of hours....More

1  Thank Bourlingueur60
Reviewed 1 week ago

We started our tour of the gardens at the bottom and made our way to the top up a well defined path. A fair climb but it's worth it, we walked down by a different path, you could taxi etc. to the top and just...More

1  Thank EJBeck
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We waked through Washington Park to get to the Rose Garden and Japanese Gardens. As we got off the bus and started walking up to sidewalk and then into the park the noise of the city was being drowned out by girls. The air was...More

1  Thank TheLoftins
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Washington Park seems to be the favorite of Portland community during the weekend. Bikers, hikers, children, couples etc... it is big so walking can be challenging but starting in April ( during weekends only then weekdays in May)there is a free shuttle (every 15 mns)...More

1  Thank Corinne D
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

There is more to this park than you realize at first glance. There is more than one play space and the Rose Gardens are pretty much integral to it as well. Excellent slice of Portland.

Thank SRBostonNW
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We enjoyed a wander through the magnolias which were just coming into full bloom. However we got lost in the maze of trails and roads - we found the signposts and maps confusing and unhelpful.

1  Thank Twasthatgood
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Great place for a home and some sightseeing. On a nice day there is no where better to walk around! Rose garden was nice, nothing in bloom this early though

Thank Seth W
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

If you have visitors coming to Portland the Washington Park is the Best. Roses of every make and model, all sizes and the Fragrance is second to none. Benches to share or just look out over Portland thru the tall fir trees even Mt Hood...More

Thank 123dm
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Washington Park is a GREAT place to visit! Take the Zoo Train from the park to visit the world class Zoo, play tennis, visit the Rose Garden, see the Japanese Garden, have a picnic, etc.

Thank lm4125
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stran1229
My kids and I will be in Portland for just an afternoon and evening, and I had the Japanese Garden on our agenda. Then found out it's actually located in Washington Park where several other places to see are located, too, like the children's museum, zoo, etc. Is everything located so far apart that we'd need to drive and park at the different locations, or do we park in one location and just walk to the locations we want to go?
July 16, 2016|
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Response from ArtLover81 | Reviewed this property |
Hi there. The park is huge and the Zoo is on the opposite end from the Gardens. You could walk it if you felt spry, but I would suggest driving since you have your children with you. They have several places to park in and... More
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Geneva W
Flying into to Portland sept 24th we have reservations for a place in Newport starting on the 25th not sure what to do or stay on the 24th I've only been to Oregon once and that was over in Bend so first time in Portland and Newport any suggestions as to what city to stay in on the 24th stay in Portland for the night or drive to Newport I would love to see the beauty of Oregon. Just me and my husband. Any suggestions on what to do, stay
June 22, 2016|
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Response from Audrey B | Reviewed this property |
I agree with Dan D. - it depends on your preferences. We enjoy staying in NW Portland in the Pearl District, because of the restaurants and accessibility to Washington Park. It's all so close you can hike then walk to... More
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Classic_Creation
HI, is there any food available in the park? If so, where? Also, which areas such as the Rose Garden and Japanese require tickets/payment? Or is there an admission just to get into the park. I'm confused; not finding good information on the website. Thanks so much to anyone who can help.
April 3, 2016|
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Response from carottmom | Reviewed this property |
I didn't pay anything but we just walked around. There are several indoor spots that may have food but I didn't go into them I'm sorry I couldn't be more help.
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