La Center Bottoms Stewardship Site is a premier spot to enjoy some of the best wildlife viewing in Clark County.
Kelley Point Park includes a canoe launch, swimming and fishing along the beach, historical information, walking paths, picnic areas and vistas of the Willamette and Columbia Rivers.
Jurgens Park is an oasis of neighborhood activity and team sports, offering a unique farm-themed playground, sand play, picnic areas, ball fields, open grass play areas, wetlands restoration area, walking trails, tennis and basketball courts.
The park also provides paddler access to the Tualatin River Water Trail.
This undeveloped park on Baker Creek contains the relics of a dam that was part of McMinnville's first electric generating plant. Future development of the park will celebrate its past.
Jon Storm Park is located on the bank of the Willamette River, just south of Clackamette Park. Jon Storm Park features a boat dock, restroom facilities, and a picnic shelter that is available for rent.
This channel of The Willamette River runs between the east side of Ross Island and Oaks Bottom Wildlife Refuge. Offering tranquil paddling and unique bird watching opportunities, this channel is the best way to paddle to the interior of Ross Island.
This park alongside Lacamas Lake is part of the larger Camas Heritage Corridor, linking trails, parks, and open space east to west. The park features: a two-lane boat launch, floating dock, open grass areas, a walking path and restroom facilities.
Water activities of all types can be viewed and enjoyed at Hebb Park. This 13-acre wooded park is available for boating, fishing, easy hiking, picnics or a day in the sun. Hebb Park also features a boat ramp, dock and boarding floats.
Hathaway Park spanning is considered the "jewel" of Washougal. Hathaway Park provides several recreational opportunities. Accommodations for visitors of all ages include playgrounds, play sculptures, benches, picnic shelters, and sports fields. The biggest attraction to this park is the versatility of the Washougal River for swimming, fishing, drift boating, and kayaking.