Beaver Creek starts as a spring near Dodge Park Blvd, and flows through farms and nurseries. It passes by houses in Gresham and Troutdale where smaller creeks like Kelly Creek flow into it. The creek then empties into the Sandy River near Glenn Otto Park.
The Beaver Creek watershed is the area of land where rain water flows towards the creek. It is home to salmon, salamanders, herons, eagles, otters, lamprey, people, and much more.
Read more about the watershed in the links below. Explore who lives there, the challenges the watershed faces, and what you can do to keep it healthy. Available in English, Spanish and Russian!
- Beaver Creek, The watershed beneath our feet
- Beaver Creek, La cuenca bajo nuestros pies
- Бивер-Крик, Бассейн реки у нас под ногами
Created in partnership with the City of Gresham, Sandy River Watershed Council, Multnomah County, and the City of Troutdale.