Playgrounds and Many City Facilities Closed
To slow the spread of coronavirus and protect our community members’ health, all playgrounds and many City of Hillsboro facilities are closed until further notice. Visit our COVID-19 webpage for the latest coronavirus updates or view our Facilities and Parks Status Map to see what's open.
Select Park Amenities Open
Dog parks, tennis and pickleball courts, Reedville Creek skate park, Orchard Park disc golf course, and Rood Bridge Park's watercraft launch are open. Other park amenities such as playgrounds, basketball courts, sports fields, and picnic shelters remain closed.
Parks and Trails Open
All Hillsboro parks and trails remain open for exercise and walking. Community members should take the need for physical distancing seriously and maintain at least six feet separation from others.
Sites with reservable shelters are indicated below. Shelters may be reserved over the phone with a VISA, MasterCard, or Discover.
Note: Picnic shelter reservations are taken starting in January for the same year. 2019 reservation dates are April 13 - October 13.
Any individual or organization offering a registration or fee based activity or program must have department approval prior to using City of Hillsboro parks or facilities.
Harold Eastman Rose GardenAmenities:
- Paved Paths
- Picnic Area
- Hillsboro Park
- Parks & Recreation
Plan Your Visit
The Harold Eastman Memorial Rose Garden is a small park/specialty area featuring a peaceful garden of more than ninety beautiful rose bushes. The garden is named after former Hillsboro resident Harold Eastman, who was the visionary behind the creation of the garden. Unfortunately Harold passed away before the garden was completed, but it was his hard work that brought together the Tualatin Valley Rose Society, the Hillsboro Kiwanis, the Tualatin Valley Garden Club, the Hillsboro Chamber of Commerce and the City of Hillsboro Parks & Recreation Department to make the garden happen for the community.
Today the park is maintained by Hillsboro Parks Maintenance, and the roses are tended to by the Tualatin Valley Rose Society (the official adopters of the park). From late spring through fall, the community can visit and enjoy the blooms of a wide variety of roses, all with labels identifying each one. The garden is still a work in progress, so there are always new things to see.
This pocket-park offers places to sit along the paved path to enjoy the blooming roses and rhododendrons.
|Parking: On-street parking is available adjacent the park on NE 5th Avenue or NE Grant Street.|
|Paths: All paths are paved. The four-foot wide sidewalk loops around the small garden.|
|Benches: There are several benches in the park along the path.|
|Rose Garden: The garden has dozens of lovely rose varieties and some beautiful rhododendrons.|