Residents come to Gresham Northeast for its scenery, with parks scattered between long stretches of suburban streets.
The largest of these parks, Gresham Golf Course opens to the public with acres of greenery intersected by Burlingame Creek. Pay anywhere from $14 to $25 to use the golf course's facilities.
Free parks in the area include Kane Road Park, which has about 10 acres of picnic tables nestled near Kelly Creek.
Take your children to Aspen Highlands Park for a game of basketball, or let them play on the park's playground equipment. Joggers flock to this park for its paved trails.
The title for most-popular park in Gresham-Northeast belongs to Red Sunset Park. This 14-acre hotspot features a pond, sports fields, a half-court tennis wall, picnic gazebos and a long walking path. Bring your dog, but make sure you keep your pet
on a leash.
Gresham Golf Course holds game tournaments, but the parks in Gresham-Northeast are mainly used for recreation. While you don't find any annual activities, community members hold events in the parks frequently.