For a simple escape from the urban condition, Forest Park flanks the west side of the city and gives in excess of 5,000 sections of land of Northwest timberland to investigate. Covering the eastern slant of the Tualatin Mountains, Forest Park is one of the biggest urban stops in the nation and contains in excess of 80 miles of climbing and strolling trails. It's effectively available via auto, bicycle, or open transportation. The 30-mile Wildwood Trail is well known, as it interfaces with other person on foot ways that circumnavigate the city. You can come here with your family and friends and do not forget to carry your camera.