History — from a vintage amuseument park to antique goods — dominates this Southeast Portland area.

Stroll through a verdant riverfront park, catch a raucous roller derby match and admire flourishing flora and fauna in Sellwood-Moreland. Read on for more of our favorite things to do and see in this Southeast Portland neighborhood.

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Explore Sellwood-Moreland

Discover the neighborhood's top food, drink and things to do and see.

Sellwood-Moreland Dining

Flying under the radar, Sellwood-Moreland's high-quality international food scene promises to impress.

Sellwood-Moreland Activities

With settings ranging from riverfront woodlands to fir-shaded glens, this easy-going neighborhood packs plenty of old school fun.

Sellwood-Moreland Shopping

The walkable retail stretches of historic Sellwood-Moreland evoke a bygone era, and have enough surprises to turn anyone into a collector.

Oaks Amusement Park

In Southeast Portland’s Sellwood neighborhood, Oaks Amusement Park has been providing families with carnival thrills and family fun since 1905.

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Things to do in Sellwood-Moreland

Check out this neighborhoods top attractions and places for food and drink.

  • Either/Or

    This Southeast Portland café offers locally roasted coffee, pastries and house-made bagels. Espresso and beverage flights are available (along with a rotating “mocktail”) — their drinks use house-made syrups, sodas and chai.

  • Sellwood Park

    Sellwood Park sits on the site of the old City View Racetrack. Today, amenities include sports fields, a basketball court, a disabled-access picnic area, a disabled-access restroom, a horseshoe pit, paths, picnic areas, a playground and more.

  • Killer Burger

    Every Killer Burger comes with a third of a pound of beef, plus bacon and french fries. The menu includes creative combinations with ingredients like ham, egg, grilled onions and smoky house sauce.

  • Sellwood Bridge

    Completed in 2016, Portland’s southernmost bridge connects the eastside to Southwest Portland; accommodates cars, pedestrians and cyclists; and is the busiest two-lane bridge in Oregon.

  • Oaks Bottom Public House

    Named for the Oaks Bottom Wildlife Refuge just west of the brewpub, this neighborhood watering hole offers good food and good drink in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere.

Wildlife Preserves

Experience nature not far from the city's hustle and bustle at these wildlife preserves.