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1000 N.W. Graham Rd., Troutdale, Oregon, 97060, United States
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typical gravel trail in Sandy River Delta parktypical gravel trail in Sandy River Delta park

Rip Caswell Gallery:huge moose in front of galleryRip Caswell Gallery:huge moose in front of gallery

Taste of Village: banners surround large screen TVTaste of Village: banners surround large screen TV

Lewellyn Park: good neighborhood parkLewellyn Park: good neighborhood park

Travel Tips for Troutdale

Explore a Quiet Suburban Wilderness Park

by glabah

Hidden behind relatively new housing developments in the city of Troutdale, there is a fairly new city park. Made up entirely of preserved suburban wilderness along the banks of Beaver Creek Canyon, during certain times of the year this park is alive with a number of bird calls. A short set of reasonably well maintained trails leads a loop around the canyon.

It is best to NOT go off the trail, as there is poison oak in the canyon (see photo #2).

Well built bridges lead across the canyon (see photo #1 and #3).

Entrances to the park are not easy to see. The primary entrance used to be through Kiku Park, but vandalism in 2005 eliminated the staircaset that connected the two. The three remaining entrances to the trail system are located on neighborhood streets between houses. These are not marked with any obvious signs, and appear to be sidewalks that simply lead behind people's houses. One such entrance is across Beaver Creek Lane from the entrance to Weedin Park. Another entrance is located at Chapman Avenue & Beaver Creek Lane. The third entrance is on Evans avenue on the other side of Beaver Creek.

The web site listed below is for the city of Troutdale web site. For the parks section, look under "Community" and pull down the menu to the "Parks" section (this is how the menu system is arranged as I write this on June 18, 2007, but that has changed over the years).

Lewellyn Park

by glabah

This little neighborhood park has tenis courts, a paved walking trail, a number of picnic tables, a playground, and a number of other features that are appropriate to a neighborhood park.

This might be a good place to stop if you want a quiet neighborhood area to walk around if you need a chance to get out of your car. Otherwise, the park has little of interest to the tourist. The park is almost completely surrounded by houses, making it quiet, and also reasonably safe for young kids because there aren't many directions to go running and wind up into a street.

The park official location is 1700 SE Lewellyn Avenue, Troutdale, OR 97060.

The photo looks a bit bleak because it was taken in very early 2005 - in the middle of winter. With leaves on the trees and flowers in bloom, the park is a very nice place. See the city of Troutdale's web site for better information and a photo in summer.

Troutdale

by sunnywong

"Starting point of Historic Columbia River Highway"

Using Troutdale as the ideal starting point for your Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area experience, take Exit 17 off I-84 and follow the signs to the Historic Columbia River Highway (SR30).

The Historic Columbia River Highway is America's premiere Historic and Scenic Highway. Built between 1913 and 1922, along the steep cliffs of the magnificent Columbia River Gorge, this narrow, curving roadway was a technological tour-de-force when it was constructed. When the Interstate Highway system was being constructed in the 1950s, many portions of the old highway were demolished, abandoned, or bypassed.

The most scenic section of the Columbia River Gorge lies on the forty-three miles between Troutdale and The Dalles. Mileposts begin with zero at Portland, and exit numbers on Interstate 84 roughly correspond to the number of miles from Portland.

To get to the Historic Columbia River Highway if you're coming from the West, you can exit at Troutdale (Exit17), Lewis and Clark State Park (Exit 18), Corbett (Exit 22), Bridal Veil (Exit 28) or Dodson (Exit 35).

A good place to start the tour is the town of Troutdale, 20 minutes east of Portland. Signs from Interstate 84 direct you to Exit 17, Historic Columbia River Highway and the town of Troutdale. Exit and follow signs through town past the Harlow House Museum and continue over the Troutdale Bridge. Take a right onto Highway 30 (the Historic Columbia River Highway).

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Address: 1000 N.W. Graham Rd., Troutdale, Oregon, 97060, United States