Madrone Wall Park seasonal closure
Madrone Wall Park is closed from Feb. 1 to July 15 to protect nesting Peregrine falcons that inhabit the rock wall. Peregrine falcons are federally protected under the Migratory Bird Treaty Act. Please respect the "No Trespassing" signs and do not access Madrone Wall Park during the closure.
County Parks & Forestry Admin Office has moved
County Parks & Forestry have relocated to the 2nd floor of the Development Services Building, 150 Beavercreek Rd, Oregon City (same building as before, just 2 floors down). To visit County Parks & Forestry, check in at the Development Services lobby desk on the 2nd floor, Parks staff will be notified and will come to the lobby area to assist you. County Parks & Forestry office hours are 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Thursday (closed on observed federal holidays). For more information, please call 503-742-4414 or email email@example.com and we will be happy to help you.
Park fees increase July 1
Starting July 1, users of Clackamas County Parks will see an 8.33 percent increase in fees to utilize county parks.
Feyrer Park / Wagon Wheel Molalla River Access closed
Boat access to the Molalla River is open for the season, closing on May 26, 2023
Barlow Wayside Park is located 11 miles east of Sandy. This forested gem is located near what was once the Barlow Road segment of the Oregon Trail. Our project partners, the Mt. Hood Stewardship Council and the Bureau of Land Management, expanded its adjacent Sandy Ridge Trail biking system to connect with this pedestrian-only park.
Among our region's most popular park destinations, Barton Park is a recreational gem located on the Clackamas River. This one of a kind park features camping, hiking, multiple day use and event amenities, and a variety of river recreation opportunities.
Located on the Upper Willamette River off I-5 in the Wilsonville area of Oregon, 3.6 acre Boones Ferry Marina is host to a number of water activities. Parking and a public boat launch make this park an ideal location for boating, fishing or a day in the sun.
Your gateway to river recreation on the Clackamas River, Carver Park is located where Clear Creek meets the Clackamas just off Springwater Road in Carver.
Surrounded by old growth forest, Eagle Fern Park is the perfect place to take in the natural beauty of Oregon. Situated along gorgeous Eagle Creek, this is the ideal destination to relax by the creek, go for a short day hike, or host your family event.
Located three miles southeast of the community of Molalla, Feyrer Park is a relaxing riverside destination and a base camp for exploring the stunning Molalla River Corridor.
For relaxing days on the river, Marian D. Hebb Memorial Park is your destination. Located on the Willamette River just downstream from the historic Canby Ferry, Hebb Park features a boat ramp and large dock.
The park is open seasonally from July 16 through Jan. 31. The county purchased the Madrone Wall site in the early 1900s for use as a quarry. The defining feature of the site is the 120-foot basalt wall that bisects the property. In the past, this wall has been popular with local rock climbers.
Metzler Park is located approximately five miles south of Estacada along beautiful Clear Creek. Although it is a short drive from several communities in Clackamas County, this park feels wonderfully isolated, surrounded by hills covered with towering Douglas-fir and western redcedar trees.
The Springwater Corridor is a scenic, 21-mile paved trail from downtown Portland to Boring. The trail is popular with walkers, hikers, runners and cyclists. The paved surface is approximately 10 to 12 feet wide, most of which is separated from public roads.
Stone Creek Golf Club is a Peter Jacobsen/Jim Hardy designed course. The course is scenically designed and offers spectacular views of Mt. Hood. The golf course is laid out over 120 acres of land with old-growth Douglas Firs, lakes, four wetlands, and forty-three bunkers. The grounds are beautifully groomed by our experienced maintenance crew, headed by Superintendent, Tyler Gabriel.
Located in the foothills of the Cascade Mountains, Wilhoit Springs Park is one of Clackamas County's best kept secrets. There are two separate springs at the park including a soda spring where the water bubbles out of the ground and a sulfurous spring, where the water is heavier and less effervescent