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ROAM

 
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 City Meets Nature All in One Neighborhood

You don’t have to choose BETWEEN ENJOYING city or nature when you visit Sellwood Moreland.

Our residents know how fortunate they are to be not only be steps away from natural beauty but also close to many wonderful shops and services. This makes Sellwood Moreland one of the most walkable neighborhood in Portland.

 
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 Parks

 
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Drop Into a Neighborhood Park

Experience the magic and wonder to be had at our Sellwood Moreland neighborhood parks.

Local parks are a welcoming respite from the bustle of the city for neighbors and visitors alike. Stroll through wetlands and observe the native fauna and flora, watch the geese dive into Crystal Springs or let the kids burn off energy at any number of terrific play areas.

 
 

Biking

 
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 That’s Just How We Roll

In a town that loves to cycle, Sellwood MORELAND has some pretty plum routes to bike on.

Hop on the 37 mile Springwater corridor that loops around the city and you’ll likely end up riding through Sellwood Moreland at some point. People of all ages love our Sellwood section as it routes you through the gorgeous vistas of Oaks Bottom Wildlife Refuge, the Willamette River, Johnson Creek and more.

 
 

NEED A BIKE, A REPAIR OR A BIT MORE AIR?

We’ve got some stellar shops to lend a hand.

 
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More to Explore…

 

SHOP

FEEL GOOD

Be Entertained

Live + Work

EAT + DRINK

 
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I found a nice walking map of Sellwood and Westmoreland at the library here on SE 13th. Then I wandered around and explored Sellwood to discover what this village had to offer. There are plenty of antique shops here. many places to eat. good places to have a drink. And many places you can just take a nice walk and enjoy the scenery.
RSNN, Trip Advisor
 
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