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Clatsop Butte Park

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Basic Earthquake Emergency Communication Node (BEECN)

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Interim Improvements

The Clatsop Butte Trail is an interim 8’ wide wood chip path that gently meanders atop a butte within the City of Portland while offering grand views of downtown Portland, Mt. Hood, Mt. Adams and Mount St. Helens. The project work included a 0.6 mile long wood chip trail using ADA engineered wood chips, a park site sign, trail signs and two benches located to take advantage of the great views. Project Partners Pleasant Valley Neighborhood Association

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Park Location or Entrance

SE 152nd Avenue and Belmore Street
Portland, OR 97236

Open hours

Park hours: 5:00am-midnight 

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Paths (Unpaved)
Vista Point
BEECN – Basic Earthquake Emergency Communication Node

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