On the banks of the Tualatin River, the 79-acre Cook Park is the largest park in the City and has something for everyone.
This 14-foot wide, shared-use paved trail connects downtown Vancouver to the picturesque Columbia River waterfront.
Champoeg features a unique combination of history, nature, and recreation.
Captain William Clark Regional Park features swimming, multi-use trails, restrooms, historic interpretive elements, and picnic shelters.
Canyon Creek Park is a community park in northeast Wilsonville. The park is a popular picnic and walking area. A powerline easement passes through the site, which is located near the Boeckman Creek headwaters. The park serves as a recreation destination for eastside employees and residents. The vision for Canyon Creek Park is to make this site a major trailhead for Wilsonville.
This is a 7 acre paved greenway trail.
This park is a developed portion of the West Side Trail system with paths and a playground.
The Burnt Bridge Creek Greenway encompasses wetland meadows, open grasslands and lovely wooded areas.
The greenway trail that passes through the landscape provides an over 8-mile pathway across Vancouver with opportunities to see wildlife along the way.