Governor Tom McCall Waterfront Park

Interesting
This 9ha park that stretches along the Willamette River was once Portland's river port. As part of its urban renewal scheme, the city reclaimed the land and named the new park after Tom McCall (1913-83), an early proponent of the plan, who served as governor from 1967 to 1975. A space used by joggers and cyclists, the park is also a venue for concerts and festivals. Eight of Portland's bridges can be seen by strolling the length of the park.

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Address:

South West Naito Parkway Portland

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