Chehalem Ridge Nature Park is a 1,250-acre nature park with 10 miles of trails, including three miles of accessible trails, for walking, off-road cycling and horseback riding. The Park is home to multiple habitats, including upland forests, oak woodlands and wetlands.
At the highest point of the park, view the Tualatin Valley and Coast Range, see wildflowers, listen to birds, or simply sit and appreciate the land still known as the Outside Place (Chehalem) by the Atfalati people (also known as the Tualatin Kalapuya). Also, be on the lookout for coyotes, black-tailed deer, alligator lizards, and (in rare cases!) bobcats.
Hours: Open daily, dawn to dusk; dogs are not allowed on the trails.