Age Minimum (with Adult): 16+, Minimum Age:18+
Cancelled - Eagle Landing Park Volunteer project
Washington County Parks is dedicated to making our public parks safe and enjoyable to all!
Eagle Landing Park volunteer project: Remove blackberrys, shrubs along fence line. All tools will be provided by Washington County Parks. Ranger Thompson will be the staff onsite to facilitate this effort. This park will be an ongoing focus for the Parks department, many more volunteer events will take place here to restore the beauty of this Park!
Below is a description of the Park,
Eagle Landing is a small half-acre parcel on the banks of the Tualatin River located off of Rainbow Lane near Groner Elementary School.
This park was established through a government/private partnership involving a local Boy Scout Eagle Badge project. In honor of the Eagle Scout project accomplishment, the Washington County Board of Commissioners named the park "Eagle Landing."
The amenities in the Park include a 12-vehicle gravel parking lot, picnic table, signage and a gravel pathway that ends at the east bank of the Tualatin River. There is no lifeguard on duty and there is no improved river access. Exercise caution when approaching the bank.
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