Help us support Tigard’s vision of being the most walkable community in the Pacific Northwest where people of all ages and abilities enjoy healthy and interconnected lives.
Please consider walking to our parks:
» Cook Park Walking Map
» Summerlake Park Walking Map
» Dirksen Nature Park Walking Map
UNDEVELOPED PARKS WITH A PLAN
Undeveloped parks currently serve as natural areas. These parks are earmarked for future development, and the park planning process is either underway or completed.
Bagan Park -
10910 SW Greenburg Road
About an acre of this 3-acre future neighborhood park could be developed. The rest of the site—comprised of a small creek and wetlands—will remain green space. Currently, parking is not available at this site. For more planning details, see the Bagan Park
Fields Natural Area -
Located just to the east of the Tigard Public Library
Located in the heart of Tigard, about 10 acres of the 26-acre site consists of open field areas; the remainder of the site is wooded. The Fanno Creek floodplain overlaps the western and southern boundaries of the property. The property is unique, not only for its size, but also because it will someday provide a link to other segments of the Fanno Creek Trail. For more information, see the Fields Natural Area page.
Steve Street Property -
SW 84th Avenue and SW Steve Street
This future neighborhood park includes a grassy field area and a small, wooded wetland. Conceptual planning is underway to determine future park improvements. For more planning details, see the Steve Street Property page.
Sunrise Park -
150th Avenue and Sunrise Lane
Comprised of open space and wooded slopes, this future community park is located in Tigard on the north side of Bull Mountain and will link Cach Nature Park and the Westside Powerline Trail corridor. Future park features could include sports fields, pathways, parking and a sports court, a play structure, restroom, shelter and overlook. For more planning details, see the Sunrise Park page.
UNDEVELOPED PARKS WITHOUT A PLAN
Undeveloped parks currently serve as natural areas. While earmarked for future development, there are no plans to develop these parks in the near future. No park planning has been done.
Cach Nature Park -
Baker Lane (north side of Bull Mountain)
Comprised of open space and wooded slopes, this 16-acre natural area park has limited access. Currently, parking is not available at this site.
Lasich Lane Property
The City of Tigard has purchased property for the first of two community parks planned in the River Terrace area, using funds from a voter-approved parks levy bond that residents approved in 2010 and dedicated revenue from development fees that support parks citywide. The 28.4-acre property is located on the west side of Roy Rogers Road, where it intersects with Beef Bend Road. It lies directly north of the Tualatin River Wildlife Refuge. The property lies outside the city limits and the urban growth boundary (UGB). City planners expect the property will be brought into that boundary in the future. Until then, the city cannot fully develop the park, but may be able to open it for some recreation activities in a few years.
There are three dog parks in Tigard:
- Ash Avenue Dog Park
- Potso Dog Park
- Summerlake Dog Park
Learn more about Tigard Dog Parks.
There are three community gardens in Tigard:
- Greenfield Community Garden
- Jack Park Community Garden
- Metzger Community Garden
Learn more about the community gardens.
Part of Fanno Creek Park, this special use area is situated on a 1.6-acre property along Fanno Creek. Small- to medium-sized events may be held at this site.Location: 13335 SW Hall BoulevardFeatures: Details hereReservations: Reserve this facility
For more information, contact Steve Martin at email@example.com