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We recognize that within the disability community, access needs vary and sometimes conflict. That’s why we’ll offer different opportunities throughout the year prioritizing different kinds of access needs. If this one doesn’t work for you, we hope the next one will. If you have any accessibility needs that aren’t covered below, please reach out to Tara Lemezis at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Trail Tread: Parts of the park are wheelchair accessible with paved paths. Other trails at the park are made of compacted crushed gravel, which is firm and stable, though portions of some trails exceed 5 percent slope. Our route will depend on the needs of the group.
Bathrooms: There is one ADA-accessible portapotty at the site in the parking lot.
Directions: 7100 NW Birch St., Hillsboro, OR
From U.S. 26, take the Northwest Cornelius Pass Road exit and head south. Take a right on Northeast
Cornell Road, then left on Northwest 231st Avenue, which will be renamed Northeast Century Boulevard. Take a left on Northeast Birch Street; the park is at the end of the street. The Orenco stop on the MAX Blue Line is a 15 minute walk.
Parking: Large parking lot with ADA spaces
Public Transit: The MAX Blue Line to ORENCO Max. *Please note, there is a 15 minute walk to the park from the MAX. Otherwise, no public transportation available.
Seating: There are several benches along the way.
Distance: Between 1/4 a mile and 1 mile, knowing we adjust each outing to the needs of the group.
Pacing: Slow, with frequent stops to view and listen for birds.
Elevation Changes: 5% slope on some areas, but we’ll stick to the paths.