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Parks

Parks in Tigard
From open green fields to fishing on the Tualatin River, parks in Tigard offer you the great outdoors. With more than 452 acres of parks, greenways and natural areas, the City of Tigard provides a variety of options for recreation, while protecting the area’s natural beauty and providing valuable wildlife habitat.

Tigard is proud to be a partner of The Intertwine; a growing network of integrated parks, trails, and natural areas.
Park Shelters Ready to Rent
The city has five shelters at Cook Park and one at Summerlake Park. Shelters are typically equipped with picnic tables, barbeque grills, electricity and water. Restrooms are usually located nearby. The largest shelter can accommodate up to 250 people. View the Park Reservation Fees. Shelters can be rented from April 5 through September 28, from 8 a.m. until 9 p.m. or dusk (whichever is earlier).

Reservations can be made:
Tigard Residents Create a Legacy
In 2010, Tigard voters approved a $17 million bond measure to acquire, preserve and protect parks and open spaces. Using bond dollars and $6.05 million in contributions and grants from Metro, Oregon Watershed Enhancement Board, Washington County and Clean Water Services, more than 108 acres of park land and open space have been preserved.

To date, the city has spent approximately 85 percent of bond revenues; remaining funds will be used to purchase additional park land and to construct park improvements. See how your park bond dollars are being used.
Recreation Resource Guide
The city's Recreation Resource Guide provides an online listing of places, events and public and private recreation providers in and around Tigard.
With more than 400 listings, the guide contains something for all ages and interests—from sports leagues to hobby classes, from library events to museum tours.
Explore Your Options!

Parks | Open Space
 Ash Avenue Dog Park (Dog-friendly)
 Bagan Park (New!)
 Bonita Park
 Bull Mountain Park (New!)
 Cach Nature Park
 Community Garden
 Cook ParkTualatin River Bicycle and Pedestrian Bridge
 Dirksen Nature Park (New!)
 East Butte Heritage Park (New!)
 Elizabeth Price Park
 Englewood Park
 Fanno Creek House
 Fanno Creek Park
 Fields Property (New!)
 Jack Park (New!)
 Jim Griffith Memorial Skate Park
 Northview Park
 Potso Dog Park
(Dog-friendly)
 Senn Park (New!)
 Summerlake Park
 Summerlake Dog Park (Dog-friendly)
 Sunrise Park (New!)
 Windmill Park
 Woodard Park

News
 Bond Measure Resources
View the names of the firms that are qualified to work on future Public Works projects (including the parks bond projects).
 Parks Zone Project
 Canines for Clean Water
 Weather for Tigard, Oregon
Links
  Bike Tigard
  The Intertwine
  Parks, trails and greenspaces from Metro
  Recreation Resource Guide (New!)
  Report invasive weeds online to the Tualatin Riverkeepers

Park Reservations
  Online Park Reservations
Reservations accepted 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)
  Park Rental and Use Regulations
Covers reservations, credits, cancellations, alcohol, noise and special events.
  Park Reservation Fees

General Information
 Bike Tigard
 Future Park Finder
 Greenway Trail System Master Plan
 Lost and Found
 Parks Brochure
 Park System Master Plan
 Parks and Trails Self-guided Tour Map
 Trails in Tigard
 Trees in Tigard

Park Maintenance Contact
Parks Supervisor
503-718-2598
parks@tigard-or.gov

Boards & Committees
 Park and Recreation Advisory Board
 Tree Board

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City of Tigard, 13125 SW Hall Blvd, Tigard, OR 97223
Automated Phone Attendant: 503-639-4171
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