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Crystal Springs Rhododendron

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28th Ave and SE Woodstock Blvd
Portland, OR 97206
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(503) 823-3640
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I took my girlfriend here on a date last Saturday and I can't get over how perfect and romantic it was. We got there about 5:30 p.m. and it was good timing because there weren't ...

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SERENE SETTING 8/25/2003

I took my girlfriend here on a date last Saturday and I can't get over how perfect and romantic it was. We got there about 5:30 p.m. and it was good timing because there weren't too many people there. We saw all of the ducks and geese and fed the squirrels saltless peanuts. The squirrels will eat right out of your hands! The lake is beautiful and I'm sure it is even better in the early Spring when the rhodies are blooming. There are a couple of waterfalls that just add that subtle touch to the place that makes the visit more than worthwhile! This is a must see for anyone who is interested in the outdoors. Pros: Natural setting, Friendly animals, Romantic garden more

Awesome experience 6/20/2003

I went to Crystal Springs for the first time to get my senior pictures taken, and the sight of it nearly took my breath away. Every corner you turn, theres something new to look at. Bridges, waterfalls, fish, geese, ducks, AND OF COURSE... the beautiful aromatic flowers. It was late September when I went, but the weather was absolutly perfect, sunny and warm and I think the place made my pictures come out more wonderful than I ever expected! It is truly a magnificent place for the romantic wanderers out there looking for a different kind of park experience. Pros: Good parking, value, experience more

Crystal Springs 2/17/2003

It's nice place to bring the kids. Good to walk and watch the ducks. Beautiful in March & April, when rhodies are in bloom more

great in may 12/20/2002

be sure to check out the gardens in may- and dont show up on saturday or you will be there with everyone else !! Pros: large space, amazing plants, gorgeous Cons: busy sometimes, rain more
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Editorial

  • In Short
    This serene botanical park in Eastmoreland features the largest collection of flowering rhododendrons and azaleas in the city; peak bloom time is mid-April through early May....

  • 9/22/2006 Provided by Citysearch

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  • Neighborhoods:

    Eastmoreland, Southeast Uplift Neighborhood Program

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