This 12-acre community park is a partnership with the Evergreen School District to serve east Vancouver and the Fisher's Landing neighbors.
Fort Vancouver National Historic Site is a United States National Historic Site located in the states of Washington and Oregon.
This 30-acre community park is named in memory of LeRoy Haagen Sr. Construction of phase two was completed in 2008.
Marshall Park was donated to the City of Portland by F. C. and Addie Marshall. According to a letter from the Superintendent of Parks to the City Attorney on May 14, 1947, Mr. Marshall had been devoting himself for the ten years
Rood Bridge Park is a municipal park in southeast Hillsboro, Oregon, United States. Opened in 1999, the park encompasses 60 acres on the north bank of the Tualatin River at its confluence with Rock Creek.
Promoting conservation through educational experiences in wilderness, through youth backpacking programs, family workshops, adult workshops, and private cabin rentals.
Take a deep breath, and enjoy the natural beauty of Oregon’s only urban state park with The Friends of Tryon Creek.