Vista Brook Park offers a great place to casually or actively recreate as well as bird watching and picnicking opportunities around the pond and all along the regional Fanno Creek Trail. Accessible trail leads to basketball, tennis and a playground.
Watch Wildlife & Birds
Vanport Wetlands provides habitat for over 100 species of birds, many of which nest and raise young on the site during the breeding season.
This 234-acre regional park stretches for 2.5 miles along the west shore of Vancouver Lake. With 35 developed acres of parkland, visitors can enjoy covered picnic facilites with Barbeques, the playground, paddling on the lake, and sand volleyball on the shore.
This small community park provides a wide range of recreation opportunities for community residents. Paved paths through the developed portion of the park lead to soft-surface paths through a small natural area. Benches and tables can found throughout the park.
The playground, basketball court and large lawn provide a range of options for active play. The park can be accessed on the east side for parking, as well as by several neighborhood connections on the west side.
This community park provides opportunities for active recreation and watching wildlife. Benches and picnic tables along the paved path make good resting spots. The playground, softball field, soccer field and tennis courts offer a wide range of options for active play. The natural area is a great place to watch waterfowl and connect to nature.
Tualatin River Open Space is 7 acre beautiful setting on the banks of the Tualatin River. Recent improvements include native plants, a fishing platform, new paths and interpretive signage.
Located on the outskirts of Portland, Tualatin River National Wildlife Refuge is one of only a handful of urban national wildlife refuges in the country.
Nestled in a natural gorge along the banks of Johnson Creek, this wilderness area has natural surface and paved paths, and can be accessed by the Springwater Corridor.
Tickle Creek Park is an undeveloped neighborhood park that winds along Tickle Creek. It is a natural, forested area included as part of the Tickle Creek greenway. Plans are underway to develop a path along Tickle Creek between Highway 211 & 362nd Ave that will eventually connect to the Springwater Corridor Trail.
This park is an undeveloped wooded area that connects to Mt. Williams Park.