ROCK CREEK NEIGHBORHOOD LETTERBOXES, PORTLAND, OR

These letterboxes were originally part of a series. They were some of the very first letterboxes in the Portland area. The Green Hornet and Der Mad Stamper were both living in this area, and took turns planting boxes for each other... since they were the only letterboxers in the State at that time!

These early letterboxes were plagued by theft and vandalism. As a result, several of them have been retired.

Travel west from Beaverton on Hwy 26 to 185th Avenue. Go north on 185th until you nearly reach West Union Rd. As you drive downhill toward the intersection, you will see Bethany Lake Park on your left. There is a small parking lot. Walk along the paved path that is next to the lake. Cross the bridge and begin your search.


ROCK CREEK #1

by The Green Hornet

(retired)


ROCK CREEK #2

by The Green Hornet

(listed elsewhere)


ROCK CREEK #3: COON'S CACHE LETTERBOX 
by Der Mad Stamper

Clues: "From the bridge to a tower whence my letterbox is calling,
Through the woods near a clearing, in a big tree forever falling."


ROCK CREEK #4

by The Green Hornet

(retired)

 
THE TROLL AND THE DRAGON OF ROCK CREEK PARK
by Der Mad Stamper

More Letterboxes await you downstream!
Go South on 185th Avenue to Rock Creek Blvd.
Turn right onto Rock Creek Blvd and proceed to Rock Creek Park.
The clues are on the Map of Rock Creek Park.


BRONSON CREEK LETTERBOX
by Der Mad Stamper

(retired)


Degree of Difficulty for this Series:  
  Terrain - Easy 
  Clues - Moderate 

(Still looking for more letterbox fun?  
it's not far to Pooch Place Letterbox.)

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