Balch Creek flows from the Tualatin Mountains spilling its bubbling water along the wooded range. Nestled amongst the green lay of nature lies this abandoned Oregon bathroom.
In 1930 the Federal Works Progress Administration built this rock building as a bathroom facility. They city maintained it as a public restroom until 1962. Nature since has claimed the stones as their own and is slowly taking it back.
Heritage Tree 134 is the largest tree around the park and is located right near the former building.
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