Washington Park is s. from Burnside Rd.; the main entrance is at the head of S.W. Park Pl. The crown jewel of the city's extensive park system, Washington Park encompasses about 130 acres of hills and dales and offers a variety of activities, ranging from quiet contemplation to jogging and tennis. Commemorating Portland's past are the statues “Coming of the White Man” and “Sacajawea.”
In addition to the recreational opportunities and natural scenery, six attractions are on the grounds: Hoyt Arboretum, International Rose Test Garden, Oregon Zoo, Portland Children's Museum, Portland Japanese Garden and World Forestry Center.