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Mount Tabor Park is at S.E. 60th and S.E. Salmon sts. The park, one of Portland's largest at nearly 200 acres, is an extinct volcano. At the top of the park stands a bronze statue of Harvey W. Scott, former editor of The Oregonian newspaper in the late 1800s and early 1900s. Amenities include basketball, tennis and volleyball courts; a playground; picnic sites; an off-leash area for dogs; and walking and jogging paths (both paved and unpaved).

Note: The park is closed to motor vehicles on Wed.

Time: Allow 30 minutes minimum.

Daily 5 a.m.-midnight.
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