Close to the Willamette River, this southeast estuary is one of the best places in the city to birdwatch. A trail meanders through the wetlands of Johnson Creek, making a wonderful refuge for critters caught in the city. Bird and other wildlife are protected in this natural habitat serving as an extension of the Springwater Corridor Trail, another protected path that treks through the city. Hiking here is fine, but picnics are not—the park has no developed sites. There are no fees to use the park.
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