Magness Memorial Tree Farm

Magness Memorial Tree Farm, Sherwood

Magness Memorial Tree Farm
4.5
Sunday
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

4.5
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LTRealtor
Portland, Oregon17 contributions
Oct 2012
This is just a great way to get out in the trees - there is a short paved path that is flat and winds around a meadow and a stream - just a pleasant little meditative walk - there are also dirt trails that are all really easy and just a great little quiet escape.
Written December 27, 2012
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SFisher71
Tualatin, OR6 contributions
Sep 2011 • Family
Getting here is really half the fun, especially on a sunny day in fall with the top down. Once you arrive, though, the trails wind along creeks and hillsides, past berry bushes and some interpretive exhibits. I've never stayed in the cabins on site, but they look inviting for a semi-natural visit -- great to go camping with kids who are not yet used to "roughing it."
Written December 24, 2011
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Yanet G
Portland, OR26 contributions
May 2014 • Family
This was a great find. Although only minutes away from the city center of Wilsonville or Sherwood you will feel like you are in the middle of nowhere surrounded by nature. There is a call ahead option to arrange (for a fee) a tour guide to talk about the trees and their food and medicinal uses and to warn about the poisonous ones (which we found quite interesting). It was a fun and informational time out with the kids. Plenty of space to run and many interesting little insects to fuel their curiosity.
Written July 29, 2014
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Justin S
Portland, OR130 contributions
Apr 2018
Just a short drive from Wilsonville or Sherwood. A great respite from the city. Wonderful trails and a fire lookout you can climb to the top of for spectacular views.
Written June 18, 2018
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Scott M
Tualatin, OR16 contributions
Oct 2017 • Couples
Nice, peaceful, loop trails. The map show a Woods Tour and a Forester Tour but they combine to become the Woods Trail. They total about 2 miles of walking. Not an easy stroll through; it is not flat.
Written October 25, 2017
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patek817
Colonia, NJ16 contributions
Sep 2016 • Friends
Peaceful and tranquil, short & long trails. Cabins to rent & education center that you can set up for groups,
Part of the Worfd Forestry in Portland.
Written September 20, 2016
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JmMaxey
Portland, OR45 contributions
Jan 2016 • Couples
Beautiful Natural Cabins, Brooks, Streams, Paths, Bridges. The Magness Tree Farm is a wonder to walk on any kind of day. We first found the tree farm during a rain downpour. It was wonderful, inside nature. The farm is 80 acres of natural area, small stream with bridges, and hiking trails and picnic areas. The log cabins are breathtaking.
Written January 10, 2016
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Joseph_Mama
Bremerton, WA121 contributions
Mar 2015 • Family
I've been in Sherwood for years and never knew this place existed. Went for a walk with my daughter this week. A very nice place to walk and talk. Dirt paths winding through the forest, going over bridges and creeks. Saw several woodpeckers in the trees, along with a flicker and some other birds. I feel this place is a much nicer walk than the wildlife refuge. At the refuge the paths are all gravel, so you scare everything away with all the noise you make when walking. This place is quiet and serene, and you can walk quietly with the natural wildlife doing their thing around you. Will be visiting often. Went mid-afternoon after school, and there were some groups of what appeared to be high school kids visiting as well.
Written March 14, 2015
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escapadeshalom
Albany, OR11 contributions
May 2013 • Solo
This can be a very peaceful place to go and relax when you are stuck close to the city. There is no public transportation option though :( It is managed by the World Forestry Institute, so be ready for seeing different type of logging "practices" on the property. I miss the lookout tower that once stood along a trail. The picnic areas and cabins are quite enjoyable. Some small summer camps are held here.
Written November 30, 2013
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Linda B
Sherwood, OR29 contributions
A nice outting with the kids and friends, found it quite interesting.
Written June 30, 2012
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