Feb. 28, 2018
Tigard Oregon is a great place to live, especially if you are a lover of the outdoors. One of the most popular attributes of Tigard is the many great parks. There are parks everywhere in Tigard from natural green spaces to great fishing holes on the Tualatin River.
17005 SW 92nd Avenue
The largest park in Tigard. There is so much to do in Cook Park, come and enjoy the Tualatin River, wetlands, wooded spaces, open fields, butterfly garden, sports field, rentals, picnic and BBQ areas, playgrounds, boat ramp, fishing area, walking trails, and more.
11450 SW Winterlake Dr
Surrounding beautiful Summer Lake is 30 acres of park. This park features walking trails, footbridges over the lake, rhododendron garden, play spaces, tennis courts, picnic areas, rentable picnic shelters, and the popular Summerlake Dog Park.
Fanno Creek Park
13335 SW Hall Blvd
A 30-acre park right in the center of Downtown stretching from Main Street to Hall Boulevard and the public library. It is a simple series of walking trails with a number of access points throughout the downtown area allowing a bit of nature in the bustling part of Tigard where anyone can go to relax and enjoy a more peaceful setting.
South of Scholls Ferry Road near SW Springwood Drive
A park located along the regional Fanno Creek Trail. The park is 15 acres with an east segment and a west segment. A great park for walkers with 2 miles of trails to enjoy. Kids will enjoy the play structures.
12420 SW 127th Avenue
An 8-acre park tucked into the north-central Tigard neighborhood. A tree-lined creek runs through the park with a bridge connecting the two sides. There is an ADA- accessible walking path, community gardens, basketball court, ball field, play structure, and picnic areas.
10155 SW Johnson Street
Tucked into the center of the city, this is a popular spot with large old growth trees, several walking trails, two creeks, play structures, and ADA accessibility on 15 acres.
Jim Griffith Memorial Skate Park
13125 SW Hall Blvd
A great place for skaters of all ages and skill levels. Named after former Tigard mayor Jim Griffith, an advocate for Tigard youth and the skate park. The park features a mini bowl, concrete dinosaur, rotating volcano top, street features, and two large flow bowls.
There are three places where residents of Tigard can reserve a plot and plant and tend to fruit, vegetables, and flowers. Each participating household has exclusive use of one plot in the garden and shared responsibility of common areas. It’s a great way to enjoy some nature therapy, produce food, and meet people with common interests in your neighborhood.
Metzger Community Garden
Greenfield Community Garden
Jack Park Community Garden
Let your pooch get out and have some fun with other furry friends at one of Tigard’s three dog parks.
Ash Avenue Dog Park
Potso Dog Park
Summerlake Dog Park
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