Gabriel Park is a 90.65-acre (366,800 m2) public park in Portland, Oregon, United States. It features a baseball field, softball field, soccer field, basketball courts, tennis courts, skatepark, volleyball courts, disabled access play area, disabled access restrooms, dog off-leash area, paved and unpaved paths, reservable picnic sites, and WiFi. The park is located between the Maplewood, Multnomah, and Hillsdale neighborhoods of Southwest Portland at 45th Avenue and Vermont Street. The Southwest Community Center is located at the northwest corner of Gabriel Park.
In October 1950, the Parks Bureau purchased an 87-acre (350,000 m2) tract of land featuring two small creeks and wooded areas between Vermont and Canby Streets for $120,000. Part of the park, referred to as Gabriel Acres, gave the park its name. In July 1995, Portland Parks & Recreation offered a 1.75-acre (7,100 m2) dog off-leash area on a six-month trial basis in Gabriel Park. The Southwest Community Center was funded by Measure 26-10 and opened in June 1999. Gabriel Park includes a fenced, 1.75-acre (7,100 m2) dog off-leash area. Water fountains, feces cleanup bags, picnic tables and benches help make this one of the area's most popular off-leash areas.