The Jennings Lodge neighborhood has a new way for people to enjoy nature close to home.
Tucked between Gladstone and Milwaukie and near McLoughlin Boulevard, the 5.8-acre Boardman Wetlands opened in late October. North Clackamas Parks & Recreation and Oak Lodge Water District built the new park. Metro pitched in with a Nature in Neighborhoods capital grant, thanks to voter support for the 2006 natural areas bond measure.
The park is part of the larger Boardman Wetlands area and features an outdoor classroom, a scenic boardwalk trail loop, an ADA-accessible playground and parking. In addition to wildlife viewing and nature play opportunities, the park is restoring native plants and improving water quality in the wetland habitat.
Visit Clackamas County’s newest park! 17908 SE Addie Street, Jennings Lodge