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Parks in Tigard

Cook Park

  • Fields Close at Cook Park, Officially Ending Summer Rental Season
    PW Updates
    The soccer fields at Cook Park are now closed for the season. Fields are closed each fall due to rain. This break allows the fields to recover a bit before spring sports begin. In total, Tigard has nine sports fields and six shelters available to rent in the spring and summer. Shelter reservations begin in April and run through September. In 2017, the city had over 400 reservations. For more information, visit
  • Perfect Time for a Walk in Cook Park
    November 1 marks the start of a slower season in Cook Park. The sports fields are now officially closed, and portions of the park are closed to automobile traffic. View fall color on a walk along the Tualatin River. Use this route from a past Tigard Walks event: Autumn Colors in Cook Park Walking Map

Come to Cook Park
On the banks of the Tualatin River, Cook Park offers endless opportunities to play and enjoy the outdoors. At 79-acres, Cook Park is the largest park in the city. Along with sports fields and picnic shelters, you’ll find wetlands, wooded areas, open space, and a butterfly garden.

Five picnic shelters, along with soccer and ball fields, are available for rent. The largest shelter can accommodate up to 250 people. Cook Park’s riverfront location gives boaters easy access to many miles of scenic waterways. The park is home to great blue herons, river otters, and other wildlife.

Features & Highlights:

  • Ball field rentals
  • Soccer field rentals
  • Picnic shelter rentals
  • Picnic table
  • BBQ grills
  • Restrooms
  • Drinking fountains
  • Horseshoe pits
  • Play structures
  • Basketball courts
  • Sand volleyball courts
  • Boat ramp and dock
  • Fishing area
  • Butterfly garden
  • Hard surface trails
  • Soft trails
  • Natural area

Tualatin River Bicycle and Pedestrian Bridge

Ki-a-Kuts Bike and Pedestrian Bridge
The newest crossing of the Tualatin River is complete and was officially open to the public in February, 2007. This long-awaited north/south connection provides a link between Tigard’s Cook Park and Tualatin’s Community Park and the Durham City Park.

To access the bridge from Cook Park, start at the butterfly garden pathway at the eastern end of the parking area. Continue beyond the butterfly garden to a new concrete pathway that parallels the Tualatin River. This trail winds under a train trestle. After passing under the trestle, the bridge is up a short hill to the right.
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