The first thing that strikes you when you pull into the parking lot by the living and meeting facilities at Hull Park near Sandy, Oregon is how large the grounds are being hidden away on a quiet rural neighborhood area. Then, as you get out and walk the 22 acre grounds you are struck by the sheer beauty and natural surroundings.
What a wonderful place and with an non-profit group backing it, dedicated to helping sight impaired people with retreats, trainings, seminars, and classes so they can learn to regain power over their lives in an idyllic setting. Since 1962, with the help of supporters such as the Gresham Elks Club, Lions Clubs and Kiwanis Clubs, along with local business people, Hull Park has developed into the retreat center it is today, thanks to a generous contribution of the property by Albert and Oral Hull (the park’s namesake). Continue reading “Hull Park: Where Sight Impaired People Enjoy Nature”