Springtime in Portland
Spring in Portland has arrived with sunnier days and blooming flowers! There's so many fun things to do in Portland during this beautiful season. To help you explore, we've complied a guide to how to enjoy Portland in the Spring.
Cherry Blossoms on the Waterfront
With warmer weather comes cherry blossoms! Portland's Tom McCall Waterfront Park is lined with these beautiful trees. Take a stroll along the Willamette River and after you're finished head to Kingsland Kitchen to enjoy an English inspried breakfast. Kingsland is current offering seating and take out.
Wooden Shoe Tulip Festival
The Tulip Festival is back on this year! Enjoy 40 acres of beautiful blooming tulips just south of Portland. The festival runs:
March 19 – May 2, 2021
Monday through Friday: 9am – 6pm
Saturday and Sunday: 8am – 7pm
Sunrise Entry: 5am – 7am
The farm is following the State's Covid19 guidelines, which means tickets will need to be purchased online ahead of time and will be time specific. To purchase tickets, see below.
Take a Hike!
There are so many beautiful hikes around Portland that will help you take the full feeling of spring. It's time to enjoy wildflowers, birds chirping and breathtaking scenery!
Dogwood Trail - If you're looking for a challenge, the Dogwood Trail in Forest park is where you'll want to go. This trail will take you on switchbacks and through one of Portland most beautiful parks.
Oak Island (really a penninsula) on Sauive Island - This 2.5 mile hike will take you on a journey through the heart of Sauvie Island's wildlife refuge. If you like to bird watch, this hike is for you! After you've finished your hike, stop off at The Pumpkin Patch to grab some fresh produce.
Wildwood Recreation Area - If you're up for a short drive, the Wildwood Recreation area is just at the foot of Mt Hood and boasts walking trails, river views, wetlands and more.
We hope you're able to get out and enjoy everything that Portland has to offer in the Springtime!