Kelley Point Park, a city park in North Portland

Kelley Point Park is a city park in north Portland in the U.S. province of Oregon. Limited by the Columbia Slough on the south, the Willamette River on the west, and the Columbia River on the north, the recreation area shapes the tip of the landmass at the conversion of the waterways. Marine Terminal 6 of the Port of Portland lies promptly east of the recreation area along the Columbia, while Terminal 5 is along the Willamette somewhat south of the Columbia Slough. The recreation area is at 45.6498384°N 122.7637106°W and ascends to a rise of 39 feet (12 m) above ocean level.

 Sauvie Island is west of the recreation area across the Willamette River. Hayden Island is somewhat upstream of the recreation area on the Columbia River inverse Marine Terminal 6. Reservations accessible Cookout site. Kelley Point Park was originally owned by the Port of Portland, which covered the flood-prone peninsula with tons of river dredgings.

What to know about it?

96-acre park dotted with picnic areas and marked by a looping 40-mile trail. A large natural-sand beach and an isolated location attract many people to this park. Kelley Point Park Loop is a 1.2-mile loop trail located near Portland, Oregon, that features a river and is good for all skill levels. It is the peninsula that sits at the confluence of the Columbia and the Willamette rivers.

Park Location or Entrance

N Marine Drive and Lombard Street

Portland, OR 97203

Open hours

Park Hours: 6:00 AM – 10:00 PM

Park clients are restricted from entering the water at Kelley Point Park because of hazardous and capricious conditions.

Park conveniences/exercises

  • Available Restroom
  • Chronicled Site
  • Outdoor Table
  • Sculpture or Public Art
  • Vista Point
  • Riverfront Views
  • Ways (Paved)
  • Ways (Unpaved)
  • Trails (Hiking)

City segment

North Kelley Point Park was initially claimed by the Port of Portland, which covered the flood-inclined landmass with huge loads of waterway dredging. The site that was once imagined as a city is currently a recreation area on a segregated tip of land.

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