Crystal Springs Rhododendron Garden, Portland

About Crystal Springs Rhododendron Garden, Portland

Crystal Springs Rhododendron Garden, Portland - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price

Address: 5801 SE 28th Ave, Portland, OR 97202, USA

Phone: +1-5037718386

Ticket Price: 4 USD

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Time Required: 03:00 Hrs

Timings: 06:00 am - 06:00 pm Details

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Explore the various bird species and blissful blooming flowers in the sumptuous Crystal Springs Rhododendron Garden of Portland. You can enjoy a drink or two amidst the breathtaking scenic landscape on one of the park benches. In the garden you will find beautiful paved paths, fountains, lush green plantations and lot more. The Crystal Springs Rhododendron Garden can make for a perfect peaceful getaway from the routine.

Crystal Springs Rhododendron Garden Information

  • Carry along some seeds if you wish to feed the birds. You can't carry bread in the garden premises.
  • Guided tours to the garden are available.
  • Do not litter in the garden.

Crystal Springs Rhododendron Garden Ticket Prices

  • March 1st – September 1st : 10:00 am to 6:00 pm: $4.00
  • No charge on Monday & Tuesday.

How To reach Crystal Springs Rhododendron Garden by Public Transport

  • By Train: East Gate Station
  • E 148th Ave MAX Station
  • By Bus: SE Division & 145th bus stop
  • SE Division & 142nd bus stop
  • SE Division & 145th bus stop

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  • This place is amazing and only $5 per adult! Very extensive garden with a duck pond, several bridges, waterfalls, and great views. Lots of benches here and there. Most of it is wheelchair accessible. It is usually peaceful and not too crowded.

  • One of the volunteers working in the booth at the main entrance would not let me in without a parent because she thought I was under 18. I showed her my id and she said she has the right to refuse service. I don't know her name but she was in her 60's and had a thick Russian accent. She threatened to call the police simply because she felt I was lying about my age.

  • This place is just okay. Not a must visit or anything like that. Entrance fee is reasonable. If you have a few hours and don't have anything better to do, go to this place. Lots of flowering plants. Small water bodies with lots of duck. But, didn't appear to be very well maintained. But, a walk in Forest Park is a much better option.

  • Free on Monday n Tuesday. U can buy a couple bags of duck foods at the grocery stand down the hill. My kids love feeding the ducks! Beautiful garden with many water features!

  • A really pretty garden, very peaceful. Probably prettier when the Rhododendrons are blooming, though

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