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4000 SE Rood Bridge Rd (Map
Hillsboro, OR 97123

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Park Descripton

This 59-acre community park provides a vast range of recreation opportunities for visitors. Paved paths lead the way through the different developed and natural areas of the park. Soft-surface paths lead further into wetland and wooded areas around the Tualatin River. Benches and picnic tables can be found throughout the park. The playground, tennis courts, rhododendron garden, several ponds and large lawn areas provide a wide range of options for play and relaxation. The park can be accessed on the west side for parking and also off of SE River Road on the north side of the park. Accessible restrooms and several drinking fountains are available.

Picnic shelter reservations are taken starting in January of the same year for April 15 - October 15 reservations.



 Accessible Parking image  Parking: Off-street, accessible parking is provided on the west side of the park, off of SE Rood Bridge Road.  Accessible Play image  Playground: The playground has two accessible play structures and a swing set. The playground’s wood chip surface is level with the adjacent path.
 Image Accessible Paved Paths  Paths: There are paved and unpaved paths. A six to eight-foot wide paved path loops around the park, connecting the central features with an extensive trail system. Soft surface paths lead through woods, meadows, and along creeks and ponds.  Accessible Restroom image  Restrooms: Accessible restroom facilities are available in the center of the park, next to the tennis courts. Drinking fountains can be found throughout the park.
 Accessible Bench image  Benches: There are many benches throughout the park, along the path and at the major facilities.  Accessible Picnic Table Image  Picnic Tables: There are many accessible picnic tables at the picnic shelters.
 Image Accessible Natural Area  Natural Area: Wooded natural areas offer a beautiful retreat. Paths vary widely from gravel to mulch to muddy, meandering through low wetland areas and higher wooded areas with glimpses of the Tualatin River below.  Image Accessible Pavilion  Pavilion: The pavilion, at the north end of the developed portion of the park, has a paved surface and can be accessed by gravel paths. It is situated on the edge of a lovely pond. The pavilion is also available for rental.
 Image Accessible Picnic Shelter Picnic Shelters: Three large, paved picnic shelters provide ample space for group gatherings. The picnic shelters are available for rental. Reservations are taken starting in January of the same year for April 15 - October 15 reservations.  Image Accessible Tennis Court  Tennis Courts: Two tennis courts can be accessed from the main parking area, next to the restrooms
  Lloyd Baron Rhododendron Garden: The garden encompasses more than 1.5 acres of scenic woodland and blooms from early spring through fall. Click here to see a slideshow of the garden.  Image Accessible Paddler Access  Boat Ramp: There is a boat ramp for non-motorized watercraft to access the Tualatin River.
  The River House: The River House is a nice facility for meetings, retreats, weddings, receptions and parties. Constructed at the park's highest point, it boasts a scenic view from the windows and the back patio over the interior lake and woodlands. The facility is wheelchair accessible and overlooks the park.   Lawn: The rolling lawn in the center of the park offers a very large space for activities.


Last updated: 7/8/2016 2:00:50 PM