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Cook Park

Location
Cook Park is located south of Durham Road at the end of 92nd Avenue near Tigard High School
(17005 SW 92nd Avenue)

- Aerial Overview
- Directions/Map to Cook Park

Tigard Festival of Balloons
Conducted annually in June.
For more information, please visit www.tigardballoon.org for details on the Balloon Festival!

Things are Happening in Cook Park!
On the banks of the Tualatin River, the 79-acre Cook Park is the largest park in the city and has something for everyone.

Whether baseball, basketball, volleyball, softball, or soccer is your sport, you can burn up some energy on the many courts and fields available. Cook Park also offers horseshoe pits, fishing dock, small boat ramp, playground and several walking trails and bike paths (over 2 miles of hard surface trails and 1/2 mile of soft trails).

Hungry? Get out the red-checkered tablecloth and picnic basket and enjoy one of the park’s many picnic areas.

Five (5) picnic shelters can be reserved for family reunions, company picnics, wedding receptions, birthday parties and more. Our shelters include barbecue pits and picnic tables. Check out the list of park amenities here. Cook Park is home to the Bishop-Scheckla pavilion which can be reserved for performing art events. Reservations are accepted for shelter-use April through September 2013.

Cook Park’s river location provides easy access for canoeing, kayaking, boating, fishing, and many miles of scenic waterways. Look closely and you might see a great blue heron or a river otter among the variety of wildlife visible throughout the year!

In June the skies over Tigard are filled with rainbow-colored hot air balloons as Cook Park hosts the annual Tigard Festival of Balloons. "Fun" is the focus, as thousands of visitors come to watch the balloons take off, ride the ferris wheel at the carnival, munch on festival food, and boogie to live bands. Bring your camera, you might spy a floating pig!

Make a reservation!
Park facilities can be reserved beginning January 2nd for events that occur between the first Saturday in April and the last Sunday in September, from 8 a.m. until 9 p.m. or dusk (whichever is earlier).

Review the amenities list and make a reservation online today. You may also reserve by email parkres@tigard-or.gov or by phone at 503-718-2641.

Cook Park Map Cook Park Map

Tualatin River Bike/Ped Bridge

Cook Park Wetlands Cook Park Wetlands Area

Cook Park Wetlands
Cook Park Wetlands Area

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City of Tigard, 13125 SW Hall Blvd, Tigard, OR 97223
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