Freepons Park has play equipment, hard and soft surface trails, and a wooded area.
Watch Wildlife & Birds
Includes wooded area and natural surface paths.
Feyrer Park offers acres of recreational opportunities. There are so many ways to enjoy your day here, it's difficult to decide what to do. Enjoy your feast at any of the three reservable (one covered), riverside picnic areas. Softball, volleyball and horseshoe facilities are available.
Stroll along a path, relax while the little ones climb on a 3 different play structures, then continue on to the creek. There is also a 1/2-court basketball court at the park. Englewood is a walker's park (approximately 2 miles of hard surface trail) with a variety of interesting things to see and do as you traverse the trails. The park is split into an east and west segment, but each can be accessed by a short walk on Ironwood Loop. Volunteers continue to enhance nearby wetland areas, which are home to numerous wildlife on a year-round basis.
The classic summer place, Dabney has been a popular cooling-off swimming and picnic spot for over 50 years. It's easy to see why when you visit. The lower, older part of the park at the west end features an asphalt trail leading down to a classic swimming hole. The newer parts of the park feature a covered picnic shelter, an 18-hole disc golf course and trails winding through tall bamboo, horsetail, cottonwoods and alders.
This manicured, highly managed garden nearly surrounded by Crystal Springs Lake has an outstanding collection of rhododendrons, azaleas, and other lesser-known ericaceous plants as well as many companion plants and unusual trees.
Elk Rock Island is a part of an ancient volcano that erupted about 40 million years ago and can only be accessed via a land bridge when the river is low enough.
Dogwood Park may be small, but the location, Milwaukie’s Main Street, provides a pleasant view overlooking the river and makes the park a popular destination for lunch-hour picnickers.
Eagle Fern Park is the largest and one of the most beautiful parks in Clackamas County. Sunlight filters through immense groves of towering Western Red Cedar and Douglas Fir. Eagle Fern Park has one of the largest old growth timber stands around. This Cascade rain forest will constantly impress you with its natural beauty.
Young and old alike can find a secluded spot on Eagle Creek. The water is inviting and the fishing is excellent. Fishermen often go home with steelhead, Coho, Chinook or trout on the line.