Parks & Trails > Beaverton Creek Wetlands Natural Area
Beaverton Creek Wetlands Natural Area is a 15-acre wetland in Beaverton's Five Oaks/Triple Creek neighborhood, located just north of SW Tualatin Valley Highway, west of SW 153rd Dr.
Johnston Creek flows from the south into the natural area and merges with Beaverton Creek as it heads toward nearby Tualatin Hills Nature Park. Mt. Hood is often visible to the east.
Beaverton Creek Wetlands is a popular location for bird and wildlife watching. Visitors may see great blue herons, belted kingfishers, and birds of prey flying overhead.
A paved trail goes through the south side of the natural area, with a bridge over Beaverton Creek. It bends north between railroad tracks and a business parking lot.
Beaverton Creek Wetlands Natural Area can be accessed from SW 153rd Ave, just north of SW T-V Hwy.
Visitors can easily access Tualatin Hills Nature Park and the Westside Trail just west of the natural area.
Nearby sites: Tualatin Hills Nature Park, Willow Park, Barsotti Park, Lilly K. Johnson Woods Natural Area, Eichler Park