Trail

Tualatin Hills Nature Park Loop Trail

Beaverton, OR
Length: 4.00 mi.
Type: Loop

About This Trail

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This nature park provides the perfect outdoor escape in a busy city. There are approximately 1.5 miles of paved trails and 3.5 miles of gravel. You’ll have an opportunity to view wetland marshes, wildflowers and native wildlife.

When you arrive, begin the trail by the interpretive center. When you arrive at the Oak Trail, go right to continue the loop. Continue through the woodland until you reach Tadpole Ponds. Pass the Beaverton Powerline Trail to rejoin the Oak Trail. You’ll arrive at a boardwalk leading you through a swamp full of skunk cabbage. Take the next two lefts onto Vine Maple Trail. This trail will eventually lead you back to the Interpretive Center.

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Trail Features

Seasons Fall, Spring, Summer, and Winter
Surface type Mixed
Elevation gain 85 ft.
Stroller friendly Yes
ADA accessible Yes
Water fountains Yes
Bathrooms Yes
Cell reception Excellent
Pet friendly No
Nearby convenience store Yes
Camping Nearby No
Emergency support
within 5 miles
Yes

Trail highlights

Bike Trails, Boardwalk, Creek / River, Mud Puddles, Natural Play Area, Ranger Led Hikes, Shaded Hike, Visitor Center, and Wildlife Viewing

Open daily sunrise to sunset
Dogs on leash okay on Westside Trail
Oak Trail and sections of the Vine Maple Trail are wheelchair accessible.

Fee & Parking Details

Fee : $0.00

Accessible by MAX Lightrail System (Merlo Road/158th Station)

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Being outside is how I re-charge. It gives me perspective, fills me with gratitude and provides an opportunity to disconnect from the chaos of everyday life. I am fortunate to share this passion with my amazing husband and our son.  I was born and raised in the PNW but I love exploring any area I can get to. One of my favorite things about Hike it Baby is that I have a built in community of friends to provide trail suggestions anywhere we go.

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Getting There

From Hwy 8, drive 1.8 miles east of Aloha. Turn north on SW Millikan Way. Go approximately a .5 mi to the Interpretive Center.