Watch Wildlife & Birds
The park now includes a baseball field, a basketball court, a football field, a soccer field, a softball field, a tennis court, a playground, natural surface and paved paths, and picnic areas.
Adjacent to Clark College, this property is the City of Vancouver's main water production facility. Given its forested nature a passive area for walking trails and wildlife viewing, as well as beautiful trees and rhododendrons that offer a pleasant setting in the central Vancouver area.
In 1998, the community raised funds to construct the Swift Skate Park which features one large bowl, two smaller, deeper bowls and street furniture for stunts.
Waterhouse park is a lovely setting with a playground, rose garden, paths amongst a wetland, and connections to larger trails.
Waterboard Park is a natural area boasting a beautiful view of Oregon City from Waterboard Park Promontory, walking paths and wildlife. The entrance to Waterboard Park is located at the end of John Adams Street, near the armory.
The paved trail along the Washougal River is a 3 mile round trip through riparian bottomlands that provide scenic views the greenway and opportunities to see wildlife.
The Washougal River Greenway includes various parcels on lower Washougal River between Sandy Swimming Hole and Lacamas Creek. The greenway provides extensive shoreline access. Facilities include 1/2 mile walking trail and boat launch. Additional property located on the Washougal River upstream of Vernon Road Bridge provides opportunities for swimming, picnicking and fishing.
With over 400 acres of trees, gardens, attractions and playgrounds and 15 miles of trails, this is an oasis of green space just minutes from downtown Portland.
Once a well-kept secret, Wapato Access Greenway, formerly known as Virginia Lake, has grown in popularity. There are two bird watching viewpoint platforms around the lake, and over 250 species of birds can be seen throughout the year.