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Took some friends who were visiting to this place for an outing. I love what they are doing here and wish there were more natural restoration projects like this around. Very pleasant place to stroll, with many different paths and choices - you could make...More
The purpose of Talking Waters was to both cool outflow to the Willamette River and provide a sanctuary to wildlife, this site provides both as well as an opportunity to enjoy the wildlife. For a singular and unique answer to the challenges of a growing...More
This is such a beautiful place to go walking we love to go walk there I would walk there every day if I had more time but it is such a fascinating peaceful tranquil place to go I also like the idea that I could...More
Talking Waters is a project that was a good move for the city and the two businesses that worked together to improve an area that now can be a wonderful outing and to see how progress can be a benefit for our community. I don’t...More
This is a great place to visit. With the migration of water fowl going South it's a stop over to rest and feed with ducks and geese coming and going. Summer time its turtles, fish, frogs, and wetland birds and animals to see. Lots of...More
The reclaimed water and the easy barkdust and gravel trails around to view birds and small wildlife is worth a trip out to see. Easy walking paths, stroller friendly (most of them.) You will turtles besides birds!
This is a hidden jewel! What a beautiful one mile walk in a quiet setting. Lots of plants, trees and critters surrounding us, not to mention water falls. The water full of duckweed is surreal, all bright green and flourishing with hidden turtles about. I...More