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“Unique part which is truly "Portland"”

Marquam Nature Park
Ranked #134 of 452 things to do in Portland
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Reviewed 29 June 2014

There are several hiking trails to explore. Also, there is a small amphitheater with a terrific mosaic on the walls of the seating. The mosaic features flora and fauna indigenous to the park, and was created by volunteers. It is beautiful and inspiring, and harmonizes with its surroundings. It's a bit hard to find; it's right at the hairpin turn on the road up to OHSU, but definitely worth a visit.

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Reviewed 18 January 2014

Set among its trees and trails, Marquam Nature Park near OSHU features a remarkable small ampitheater created with tiles and glazed pottery. The art work is a community project, and worth a pilgrimage to enjoy its embodied spirit, and the woods and creatures around it.


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Reviewed 10 February 2013

Just.... stunning really. 10 minutes from downtown. Free. Moss covering absolutely everything. Some beautiful micro streams.

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