Trail Area

Cooper Mountain Nature Park

About This Area

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Cooper Mountain Nature Park is a great park for families with babies and young children. Most of the trails are designed to be accessible to a variety of abilities, so they’re fairly wide, smooth, lightly graveled paths that can accommodate a range of wheel types. There are several short loops that circle the park, making it easy to pick a distance that works for your family or to head back early if things get rough. The park is on the top of a mountain, so there are sweeping views of the Tualatin Valley and the meadow boasts lots of birds and plant varieties. Just need a little time outside, but don’t feel up to a hike? Enjoy the wheelchair friendly picnic tables and let your kiddos play in the nature play area with climbing structures, a slide, and a sand pit, friendly to a wide range of ages and developmental stages. The bathrooms are single use, family friendly, handicap accessible rooms with changing tables. There are water fountains, plenty of off street parking, and a sheltered area adjacent to the classroom. This is a favorite evening picnic spot in the summer and early fall for our family.

Area Features

Rangers No
Emergency support
within 5 miles
No
Nearby convenience store Yes
Trash Disposal No

Trail Area Highlights

Accessible trails, beautiful mountain to valley views, a large meadow, and a nature playground make this a favorite for a wide range of ages and abilities from birth to grandparent.

Trail Contributor

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Jessica has been an active part of Hike it Baby’s development from behind the scenes since summer of 2014, when she joined her first HiB hike. She is currently the Interim Executive Director. Jessica & her husband Chris, enjoy exploring the beautiful trails of the Pacific Northwest with their daughters Natalie & Elisabeth.

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