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Photographs of Parks, Trails and Other Locations in Portland

  Portland Rivertrail



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The Portland Rivertrail is trail used for biking, walking, and jogging.
Portland Rivertrail at William Toan Park.



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Portland Rivertrail on the east side of the Grand River near downtown.
Rules for using the Portland Rivertrail.



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Portland Rivertrail along Water Street and the Grand River.
The historic Bridge Street Bridge was built in 1890 and has a pedestrian path that connects to the Riverwalk.



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Biking on the Portland Rivertrail near Cutler Road.
Portland Rivertrail crosses the Grand River near I-96.



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Trail segment near Oakwood Elementary.
A segment of the Portland Rivertrail ends south of Oakwood Elementary.



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Portland Rivertrail crosses Kent Street at the city limits.
Portland Rivertrail distances sign at Thompson Field.

  East-West Trail



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Picnic shelter at Bogue Flats Recreation Area.
Riverwalk access at Bogue Flats Recreation Area.



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Softball practice at Bogue Flats Recreation Area.
Field #3 at Bogue Flats Recreation Area.



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A volleyball court at the rec area.
The Ionia County Blue Ribbon Riders use the area at the back of the recreation area.



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Another view of the Portland Rivertrail at Bogue Flats Recreation Area.
 

  Community Lake Park Park



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Community Lake Park is located along the Looking Glass River.
Sign for Community Lake Park.



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Picnic shelter at the park.
Part of the playground at Community Lake Park.



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Another view of the picnic shelter near the playground at Community Lake Park.
A second shelter is located along the drive for Community Lake Park.



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The Portland Rivertrail access location at Community Lake Park.
 

  Alton Park



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Alton Park has a playground for younger kids.
Basketball courts are at the back of Alton Park.

  Joe Tichvon Park



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Joe Tichvon Park has a picnic shelter.
Basketball hoop and playground at Joe Tichvon Park.

  Powers Playground



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A baseball diamond is located at Powers Playground.
A marker near the backstop recognizes Dr. Lunette Powers whose family donated the land for the park.

  William Toan Park



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The Portland Rivertrail passes past the playground at William Toan Park.
The Grand River is located next to the park.



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The Bridge Street Bridge is an historic structure next to the park.
Biking past the gazebo at William Toan Park.



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Another view of William Toan Park.
 

  Thompson Field



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Thompson Field is a complex of three small ball diamonds.
Field #3 at Thompson Field.



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Another ball diamond at Thompson Field.
At Thompson Field, there's a sculpture of Verlen Kruger, a well-known canoeing enthusiast.



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A kayak/canoe launch is near the Verlen Kruger sculpture.
A picnic shelter at Thompson Field.

  Two Rivers Park



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Two Rivers Park is accessible from the Portland Rivertrail.
Another view of Two Rivers Park.

  More of Portland



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The Bridge Street Bridge dates back to 1890.
Some of downtown Portland.



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Portland's Public Library.
Outside of Portland there are many family farms.



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Frosty Boy Ice Cream offers cool treats in the summer.
Portland Co-Operative.



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The Grand River flows through Portland.
St. Andrew Lutheran Church is near the exit for I-96.



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Chocolate Moose in downtown has good ice cream.
More of downtown Portland.



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St. Patrick Catholic Church in Portland.
Duke's Canoe Club Waterfront Grille.



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Cyclists can ride on the shoulder of Grand River Avenue.
Historic bridge that dates back to 1890 in Portland.



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Churches on Bridge Street in Portland.
First Congregational Church.



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The bike route along Grand River Avenue passes Powers Playgro
 




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