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Errol Heights Park

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Size in acres

16.31

Year acquired

1966

History

In 1999, Barbara Schnabel, widow of George Schnabel, sold her home and the 2.32 acres surrounding it to PP&R. For more than 30 years George had been working to build a new family home and workshop of salvaged heavy timbers from Portland's old warehouses. While working mostly alone constructing the home and workshop, he also sought to create a landscape that was a sanctuary for people and wildlife.

Park Location or Entrance

SE 52nd Avenue and Tenino Street
Portland, OR 97206

In this Park Facility

Upcoming construction

Errol Heights Park Project

Parks
In Planning
A new Errol Heights Park is coming in 2022

Park amenities/activities

Paths (Unpaved)

City section

SE