This boat ramp facility also offers river access, hiking trails, restroom, fishing and wildlife viewing.
Cedar Island Park is a 14 acre island in the Willamette River. There is river access from the Cedar Oak boat ramp. There is pedestrian access from Mary S. Young Park, by floating bridge, during spring, summer, and fall. Activities include fishing from platforms, hiking trails, and wildlife viewing.
athedral Park includes a boat ramp & canoe launch, a dog off-leash area, paved paths, picnic tables, a stage, and areas along the river to fish.
Carver Park offers 12 acres of wooded and native planted grounds with a boat launch for your enjoyment. Amenities include a concrete two-lane boat ramp, flush toilets and a large vehicle/trailer parking lot. Whether you like to bank fish for steelhead, trout or salmon, or stroll the trail to view small wildlife, you will enjoy this park.
Captain William Clark Regional Park features swimming, multi-use trails, restrooms, historic interpretive elements, and picnic shelters.
This natural area has hiking trails, river access, and wildlife viewing.
A 28 acre natural area park located on the Tualatin River at 5855 SW Nyberg Lane, Brown's Ferry Park was named after Zenas J. Brown who laid a claim to the land in 1850 through the Donation Land Act. He also started the first ferry in the Tualatin vicinity.
If you want to get off the beaten path, Bonnie Lure State Park along Eagle Creek provides a refreshing getaway. You may catch a rare glimpse of a pileated woodpecker or hook an elusive steelhead trout on its way back to the hatchery. This park is a great day-trip destination.
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Blue Lake provides wonderful opportunities for boating, fishing and swimming, and makes a beautiful backdrop for family picnics, community events and special programs throughout the year.
Bethany Lake is a popular destination for fishing, bird watching, and picnicking at tables set along the park's path. The open fields can be used for Frisbee or tag, there is a community garden, and dogs are allowed on-leash. There is even a small waterfall at the west end of the lake, a soothing sound for quiet contemplation. The half-mile trail through Bethany Lake Park is part of the Rock Creek Greenway trail.