A 219 acre wildlife reserve in the heart of Beaverton, Oregon. It is made up of evergreen and deciduous forests, creeks, wetlands, ponds and meadows. The Park is home to a variety of birds, mammals and smaller creatures. We have everything from coyotes to crayfish. There are approximately 5 miles of trails. About 1.5 miles are paved, the rest are well maintained soft surface trails. The Park has an interpretive center with a reference library, classrooms, nature store and exhibit area. The Interpretive Center offers a variety of outdoor recreation and environmental education classes for adults, children and school groups, throughout the year. The nature store offers gifts and supplies for all ages. We stock a wide selection of field guides, hiking books, and children’s books. There are also shirts, stuffed animals, magnifying glasses, nature toys, bird houses, feeders and more.