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Published on Aug 14, 2015
Nadaka, a 12- acre City of Gresham park, is located at Northeast 175th Avenue and Northeast Glisan Street in the City's Wilkes East neighborhood. The new nature-based play area and community garden is open to the public. Kids of all ages can climb, ride, build and jump on boulders, totem poles, a long cabin and a life-sized canoe carved from local cedar. A sand pit, 50-plot community garden and covered picnic area are also part of the newly renovated park. Friends of Nadaka are the ambassadors of the nature park, scheduling free activities in the summer. Special thanks to community leader Lee Dayfield for making this park a reality.
Additional thanks go to the many other Friends of Nadaka that made this project possible:
East Multnomah Soil & Water Conservation District Federal HUD/CDBG grant funds for Pacific Street improvements Metro Meyer Memorial Trust Oregon State Parks & Recreation T. A. Nelson Family City of Gresham