Cook Park

Cook Park, Tigard: Address, Phone Number, Cook Park Reviews: 4.5/5

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On the banks of the Tualatin River, the 79-acre Cook Park is the largest park in the City and has something for everyone.
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newyorker1953
Kingston, WA592 contributions
Couples
Hot day in Tigard. Found a nice picnic table under a shade tree and enjoyed take out from Hunan Pearl for my wife’s birthday. Well maintained park with mature trees and access to the Tualatin River for kayakers, etc. Well patrolled by police(saw two police cars in the two hours we were there). Bathroom was clean. A real treasure for the a City of Tigard.
Written July 22, 2020
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H Richard S
Portland, OR51 contributions
We visit Cook Park frequently. Primarily to Kayak. Great place for family picnic. We also use the bike trail to ride into Tualatin. Many athletic fields, playground and tables. Located behind Tigard High School
Written September 1, 2019
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Frenchie
25 contributions
Family
Cook Park in Tigard is a destination park. It has ball fields, soccer fields, play grounds, access to the river and even a butterfly garden. If you are a Pokemon player there are tons of pokestops too. Lots of restrooms and places to picnic.
Written July 24, 2017
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Glenn S
Portland, Oregon, United States84 contributions
Family
We visit here often. Nice venue for bike riding along the Tualatin River, walking or playing with the grandkids. Lots of playground toys, i.e., swings, jungle gym, etc., and clean restroom facilities. This venue is used for soccer and it's not unusual to find a game in full swing.

Several covered pavilian areas that can be reserved as well - go to:http://www.tigard-or.gov/community/cook_park.php
Written August 12, 2015
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Shelmert
West Linn, OR85 contributions
Friends
Cook' Park is one of the best places around for picnics and outdoor family gatherings. There are play structures for children,soccer fields, covered picnic areas, barbeques, even a boat ramp for someone wishing to canoe the slow-moving Tualatin River. A gem of a park!
Written October 19, 2011
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Monica S
South Holland, IL410 contributions
Family
Brought my grandson to the fest but it’s very poorly laid out! Parking was far away even with the tram ride. Late on Sunday, we came for the night glow, waiting like everyone else for the balloons, until we saw the I’m the distance thru the trees on the ballpark. Everybody got up & moved to see the balloons light up. Which was nice, but very badly organized. Charged for entrance, my daughter bought online but no one looked at it. Parking was for each day so it ended up being expensive, but the balloons were “kinda cool” as expressed by a 7yr old boy!!
Written July 2, 2018
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John B
Portland, OR202 contributions
Solo
We had a family get together. Perfect for this and so many others did the same. This park is above average. A little hard to find. Weather was on our side. Played a little baseball. great day.
Written May 22, 2018
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Marlys D
Tigard59 contributions
Friends
We Love walking at cook park.it is about 4 miles around the whole park. It's trails go through woods , along the river and across bridges. It is beautiful. There are two dog parks, many pic nik areas, soccer fields, play grounds,butter fly gardens. They host 5k races there, 4 th of July fireworks, balloon festival and other events.
Written November 11, 2017
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Emily R
Lancaster County, PA4 contributions
Solo
I'm just visiting the area from PA, searched for a park nearby. I enjoyed the look out gazebo and butterfly garden. There are many runners, bikers, dog walkers using the walking paths and in speaking with them, they love the area. I was fortunate to find a bench directly watching the sunset over the soccer field. Pretty place. I did notice people didn't fully adhere to the 'no free-roaming dogs' rule, which would be detrimental if they interacted with non dog-friendly dogs or patrons.
Written September 28, 2017
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TigersOR
Tigard,Or65 contributions
Couples
If you like to Kayak the Tualatin river,cook park is an easy put in location. The park is actually great for picnics, has a large playground and sports fields. Even hiking trails and fishing. My wife and I like to take our kayaks upstream and back to the cook park dock. Very relaxing and may see herons,fish or even a turtle. River is calm with minimal current. Nice place to enjoy nature and free.
Written February 9, 2017
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