Cooper Mountain Nature Park is a 231 acres (93 ha) nature park in the Portland metropolitan area in the U.S. state of Oregon. Opened in 2009, the park is owned and operated by Metro, the regional government in the Oregon portion of the metro area. The park is named after Cooper Mountain, the primary geological feature in the area near Beaverton. Maintained by the regional Tualatin Hills Park and Recreation District, the natural area has 3.5 miles (5.6 km) of hiking trails. It is one of THPRD's two nature parks, along with the Tualatin Hills Nature Park.Arrange your visit to Cooper Mountain Nature Park and discover more family-friendly attractions in Beaverton using our Beaverton road trip planner.
Cooper Mountain Nature Park reviews
Great place to take your family? Very educational. Children can learn about nature. They have summer camps as well.
Great place to take your family? Very educational. Children can learn about nature. They have summer camps as well. more »
We live very near this park....being of retirement age doesn’t mean we don’t enjoy the outdoors but this is not the place to hike if you have any knee...feet...or hip issues...nice scenery and a very.... more
We live very near this park....being of retirement age doesn’t mean we don’t enjoy the outdoors but this is not the place to hike if you have any knee...feet...or hip issues...nice scenery and a very.... more »
It is an excellent park. The other reviews for this park are very accurate so I will not elaborate on the park itself. But, I want to warn others that there are no dogs were allowed before drive all.... more
It is an excellent park. The other reviews for this park are very accurate so I will not elaborate on the park itself. But, I want to warn others that there are no dogs were allowed before drive all.... more »
I try to walk here every day and I always find something new. I see lots of deer, squirrels, coyotes, and even snakes. I love the solitude here. This park is amazing, some places remind me of the African savanna. Weekends are busy especially if it’s sunny. On week days, if I go early I only see a few familiar faces. People are mostly nice, follow the rules, keep the 6’ distance and do not litter, although not always. Once in a while I see people walking with their dogs. I don’t know whether they are ignorant of the rules or just don’t care. Anyway, no dogs are allowed, not even on the parking lot, which is clearly stated. There are several loops in the park and you can choose them depending on how much you want to walk. I normally walk the big loop and two small loops on top which is about 3.5 miles. Please stay on the paths and do not ignore the signs. Kyle, the ranger is super nice and hard working. He takes good care of the park and does his best to maintain the trails. His work is very much appreciated.
Multiple trails to choose from. Easy. Moderate. Steep. As I ventured up to the nature preserve it was raining. However, when I made it to the parking lot, there was no rain. I will admit the peace of God reigns all around me and it can for you too. Immerse yourself above the city. Away from the traffic. Away from the daily grind. Slip away into peace. Slip away into joy. Slip away into love. Whether walking with a partner or alone. There is something for everyone.
It's a beautiful park. It has a bunch of nice short trails and a good view. You'll find kids, adults and youngsters come to the park. Sunsets are usually beautiful here, don't miss it when the skies are clear.
Cooper Mountain is lovely ❤️. Great place for a jog or nature walk. 2 mile loop I stick to and bathrooms open year round!!! Lovely place to escape to.
Such a beautiful park ! Amazing sunrise and sunset views ! Big playground and bathrooms! Beautiful trees , lots birds and deer roaming sometimes small bears
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