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What is Gateway Green?

Gateway Green is one of Portland’s newest park acquisitions - 25 acres of unused open space is being developed into a world-class recreation destination. Located in East Portland on the site of the former Rocky Butte Jail, Gateway Green will cultivate social equity, demonstrate innovative urban habitat restoration and energize local economic development.

REMINDER:  MOTORIZED VEHICLES ARE PROHIBITED in Portland’s unique off-road cycling and hiking destination.

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Enjoy Gateway Green -- on a bike, or on foot

A reminder that motorized vehicles are prohibited in Gateway Green, Portland’s unique off-road cycling and hiking destination.

In addition, park users are now allowed to park in the SW corner of the Gateway Fred Meyer parking lot (the section closest to the Gateway Transit Center), in addition to onstreet parking in the area around the Transit Center.


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Monthly Stewardship Day at Gateway Green

Volunteers will gather—from 10:00 am to noon on the first Saturday of each month—for a stewardship work party at Gateway Green. Most of these work days will focus on clean-up at the park, but some months will be devoted to invasive species control, planting, or other stewardship activities. Gloves and hand tools will be provided but you are welcome to bring your own if you prefer. Light snacks… Read More


Getting to Gateway Green

Cyclists and pedestrians can access Gateway Green using the 1-205 Multi-use Path. The park is located between Gateway Transit Center and the City of Maywood Park/Parkrose neighborhood.

Detailed Directions