Playgrounds, Sports Courts, and Public Recreation Equipment Closed
The City of Hillsboro has closed all playgrounds, sports courts, and public recreation equipment effective March 23 at noon.
Parks and Trails Open
All Hillsboro parks and trails will remain open for exercise and walking, but community members should take the need for social 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.
Magnolia Meadows ParkAmenities:
- Natural Areas
- Paved Paths
- Picnic Area
- Hillsboro Park
- Parks & Recreation
Plan Your Visit
This 4.75 acre neighborhood park includes developed portions mixed into a lovely natural setting along Bronson Creek. The developed portion of the park has paved walking paths, a nature play area, several picnic tables and open lawn for play — set against the backdrop of peaceful meadow and wetland areas. The park can be accessed from the north and east sides — from the off-street parking lot along NW Park Ridge Way and via a neighborhood connector path. An accessible restroom is available across the street at Magnolia Park.
|Parking: Off-street, accessible parking is provided off of NW Park Ridge Way.|
|Paths: A paved path connects the west and east sides of the park, running through the lower part of the park along the meadow. The path down to the meadow from the entrances on the Northwest and Northeast corners is paved and gentle, allowing for a smooth transition. A narrow paved path connects the nature play area to the main path.|
|Picnic Tables: There are three small, paved picnic areas at the park, with a picnic table at each location.|
|Natural Area: The south side of the meadow, running along Bronson Creek and its restored habitat, provides a beautiful place to reflect and spot wildlife.|
|Benches: There are several benches throughout the park along the path.|
|Playground: The nature play area on the east side of the park with a grassy mound and boulders, a timber plack bridge, wood chip surfaces, and native plantings provide a unique discovery and play experience.|
|Lawn & Meadow: The central lawn and meadow areas provide for a variety of active play.|