Cooper Mountain Nature Park
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The 230-acre Cooper Mountain Nature Park offers visitors grand views of the Chehalem Mountains and 3½ miles of trails that traverse the park and pass through a mosaic of oak and madrone woodlands, native prairies, and conifer forests. This park includes a natural demonstration garden, picnic tables and a nature play area for children. The Cooper Mountain Nature House offers year around environmental education programs and is available for rentals.