Parks

Wilsonville has 15 public parks, containing three reservable shelters, five sports fields, the historic Stein Boozier Barn and totaling just under 200 acres. They are in close proximity to many state, regional, and county park facilities, which are located within easy driving or boating distance.

Play Structure
 
The park system has well distributed neighborhood parks and a wide array of recreational amenities. Throughout the city’s history, there has been well-planned land use and strong efforts to maintain balance between development and the preservation of open spaces, trees, creeks, wetlands, and habitat areas. The varied terrain offers a unique opportunity to access creeks, wetlands, and wooded areas for education and outdoor recreation, not to mention the scenic beauty of the area.
Boones Ferry Park    Basketball Court
Child Play Area
Picnic Tables
Public Restrooms
          Walking Trails
 
Canyon Creek Park       Picnic Tables
Public Restrooms
          Walking Trails
 
Courtside Park     Child Play Area
Picnic Tables
            Walking Trails
 
Engelman Park     Child Play Area
Picnic Tables
            Walking Trails
 
Hathaway Park     Child Play Area
Picnic Tables
            Walking Trails
 
Memorial Park Sports Field Basketball Court Child Play Area Picnic Tables Public Restrooms Reservable Area Sand Volleyball Court Off Leash Dog Area Skate Park Tennis Court Walking Trails  
Murase Plaza     Child Play Area
Picnic Tables
Public Restrooms
          Walking Trails
Interactive Water Feature
Palermo Park   Basketball Court   Picnic Tables
            Walking Trails
 
Park at Merryfield     Child Play Area

            Walking Trails  
Picadilly Park     Child Play Area
Picnic Tables
    Sand Volleyball Court
      Walking Trails
 
River Fox Park     Child Play Area
Picnic Tables
            Walking Trails
 
Sofia Park     Child Play Area
Picnic Tables
Public Restrooms
          Walking Trails
Interactive Water Feature
Town Center Park   Basketball Court
Child Play Area
Picnic Tables
Public Restrooms
          Walking Trails
Interactive Water Feature
Tranquil Park      
            Walking Trails
 
Willamette River
Water Treatment Plant Park
      Picnic Tables
Public Restrooms
          Walking Trails
 
Willow Creek/
Landover Park
  Basketball Court
Child Play Area Picnic Tables
            Walking Trails
 

Legend


Sports Field = Sports Field
Public Restrooms = Public Restrooms
Skate Park = Skate Park
Picnic Tables = Picnic Tables
Reservable Area = Reservable Area
Tennis Court = Tennis Court
Basketball Court = Basketball Court
Sand Volleyball Court = Sand Volleyball Court
Walking Trails = Walking Trails
Child Play Area = Child Play Area
Off Leash Dog Area = Off Leash Dog Area
 
Interactive Water Feature = Interactive Water Feature

Park Rules in Short
  • Park hours are 5:00 am to 10:00 pm unless otherwise approved.
  • All Wilsonville parks are smoke and tobacco free.
  • Alcohol is not permitted in Wilsonville parks unless approved by permit.
  • Dogs are required to be on-leash, except in the Dog Park located in Memorial Park.  Please pick up after your dog!
  • Grills are not provided in Wilsonville parks.  Propane BBQs may be brought into Wilsonville Parks but must be kept on paved surfaces. Charcoal grills are not allowed.
  • No overnight camping is allowed in parks.
  • No fires or camp stoves shall be allowed except in designated areas.
  • Abusive, threatening, or indecent language is prohibited in parks.
  • Parking in designated areas only, failure to do so may result in towing at owner's expense.
For the full list of park rules, please click here.
Graham Oaks Nature Park
Graham Oaks Nature Park is located just west of the City and is operated by METRO.  The 250 acre park features three miles of trails allowing visitors to explore several habitats in a single park. Cyclists and joggers can take the paved Tonquin Trail, while a spur trail leads to a wetland overlook, and Coyote Way meanders through young oak woodlands. For a bit of shade, follow the Legacy Creek Trail through a rich conifer forest where thousands of species thrive. Be sure to visit Graham Oaks’ five plazas – perfect spots to rest, reflect and learn about the park. Be on the lookout for native wildlife such as white-breasted nuthatch, Western bluebird, orange-crowned warbler and Western gray squirrels.
Future Development
There are a number of exciting developments planned in the near future that will greatly enhance the Wilsonville parks system. 
  
Residential development at Villebois will bring trails and greenways, neighborhood parks, and pocket parks. The Villebois Greenway will connect regionally significant open spaces in Coffee Creek Wetlands and the Graham Oaks Natural Area forming the Tonquin Regional Trail.

Additionally, future development will provide sports fields at school sites, as well as a 10 acre park planned south of Advance Road.