Washington County Parks is excited to announce the 2024 Summer Concert Series lineup! Our community concerts are free and open to the public. Details, including vendors, coming this spring. SEEKING SPONSORS Are you a community-minded business looking to support live-music and parks, we want to talk to you!Please contact Elise Wahl, 971-371-6406 or firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more.
You can now view and register for programs through our AcitveNet site! Click here to view our full list of offerings.
On Your Mark, Get Set, Fish! We are thrilled for to welcome the community to our second annual Hagg Lake Fishing Tourney on Saturday, May 4. Registration is required - sign up today! Event FAQs & Tournament Rules A BIG Thank You to our prize sponsors: Trout Tickler Tackle and Next Adventure Sponsorship Opportunities Contact Elise Wahl to learn how you can get involved, 971-371-6406 or email@example.com. Cheers to our partners! Thank you for your support.Get HookedRods and Reels in NeedKayak Fishing NorthwestOregon Department of Fish & Wildlife
The United States Bureau of Reclamation (USBOR) is undergoing a project to fortify the Scoggins Dam at Scoggins Valley Park/Henry Hagg Lake to make it better able to withstand a major seismic event. There is broad understanding of the need for this work and we support it. This project will impact recreation at the lake. We need the USBOR to mitigate or avoid project consequences on recreation. The USBOR has issued a draft of the Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) and are accepting comments on it until February 26, 2024. As the project is going to have real impacts to recreation at Scoggins…
Washington County Parks in partnership with the Metzger Park Local Improvement District Advisory Board is excited to host an Egg Hunt at Metzger Park! Saturday, March 30, starting at 10 am This event is open to the Metzger community. The egg hunt is intended for children 12 and under. Bring your basket. Come out to meet your neighbors, and enjoy this fun, community event. The Easter Bunny will be making a special appearance!
Our Fall/Winter StoryWalk® is here! A StoryWalk® is a hike in a natural area that features the pages of a storybook mounted along the trail. Currently, Washington County Parks is featuring the picture book We Are Water Protectors. Inspired by the many Indigenous-led movements across North America, the story issues an urgent rallying cry to safeguard the Earth’s water from harm and corruption—a bold and lyrical picture book written by Carole Lindstrom and vibrantly illustrated by Michaela Goade. Winner of the 2021 Caldecott Medal. #1 New York Times Bestseller. The half-mile hike begins at…
It's officially fall in the PNW, and a beautiful time to visit Hagg Lake. We are open 365 days a year, sunrise to sunset, and our 2,500 acre park offers activities for explorers of all-levels. Bike or hike the trails With nearly 14 miles of trails around the lake, there's plenty to explore for adventurers of all ages. Whether you're interested in looping the lake on our paved bike lane or mountain biking on our dirt trails, we have two Fix-It bike stations for your convenience at Fee Booth, Fender's Blue, and C-Ramp. You can also explore on your own two feet and admire the creeks…
Want to explore nearly 14 miles of trails around Hagg Lake? Check out our handy trails map to plan your next adventure. To download a printable map, click here.
We are partnering with SOLVE for an annual fall clean-up event at Hagg Lake. KNOW BEFORE YOU GO: When: Saturday, September 16 from 10 AM to noon Advanced Registration Recommended: Pre-registration will speed up event check-in. REGISTER HERE! Meeting Location: Meet at Henry Hagg Lake, C-Ramp Recreation Area. Google Map: https://goo.gl/maps/it8rXDm6KkJbpcti6 What to Bring: Volunteers are encouraged to bring any personal supplies that will help our resources go further such as garbage bags, work gloves, buckets, trash grabbers, etc. If you bring personal belongings wear a backpack so that you…
Washington County Parks is excited to announce a new public art installation at Hagg Lake. The Hagg Lake Flock is located at Sain Creek Pavilion and features nine bird sculptures designed, carved and painted by local artist Martin Conley Conley salvaged alder and maple from the park to carve the sculptures for this piece. The installation can be viewed at the Sain Creek Pavilion. "Public art projects elevate the beauty of Hagg Lake, and allow us to showcase local artists, like Martin Conley," says Karine Kadyan, Parks Management Analyst. "I'm excited to continue uniting art and nature…