Kelley Point Park, Portland

Public UseFree to Play
Public Parkingavailable
Restroomsavailable
6am to 9pmopen for use
  • Kelley Point Park
  • Kelley Point Park
  • Kelley Point Park
Under 2 milespotential distance
Noelevation gain

Kelley Point Park sits at the confluence of two great rivers, and holds some historical interest regarding the early days of Oregon Country. Hall J. Kelley was a prolific advocate for emigrating to the Pacific Northwest, and the park's location was of specific favor to him, understandably.

Mature black cottonwoods create a towering canopy of rustling leaves and filtered sunlight. An asphalt path leads you to the water's edge for views of the colliding rivers and a few historical info graphics. The park road completes a loop to the parking lot. Short trail with pleasant landscape and amenities.



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