Please use the links below to learn more and register for our upcoming fall activities! Nature Walks with Master Naturalist Natalie DaSilva Forest Bathing with Shawna Hartung Click here to view our full list of programs and offerings.
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…
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.
Our 2023 concert season was a blast! Thank you for showing up to enjoy "Live at Hagg Lake". Many thanks to our community partners:Tualatin Valley Creates Centro Cultural's Youth Ballet Folklorico Group And our food & beverage vendors: Franko's Hot Dogs Ochoa's Mexican Food Ridgewalker Brewing Kona Ice Please contact Elizabeth Higgins, 971-371-6406 or firstname.lastname@example.org, to learn how your business or organization can support our 2024 concert series! Check out the video from our summer 2022 concerts!
Washington County Parks is now using ActiveNet for program and facility reservations! We are excited to offer booking requests for our various reservable spaces, and registration for recreational programs. Visit our reservations page to learn more about booking a pavilion, hall or picnic area. To register for an activity, check out our recreation program page. Please note, you will be prompted to sign up for an ActiveNet account. We recommend one primary account per household - additional family members can be added to the head of household account.
Our Spring/Summer StoryWalk is here! A StoryWalk® is a hike in a natural area that features the pages of a storybook mounted along the trail. This spring, Washington County Parks is featuring the picture book "Ancient Ones: the world of the old-growth Douglas fir" by author Barbara Bash. In Ancient Ones, Bash captures the ongoing drama not only of the Douglas fir but of the old-growth forest itself. Be transported and enjoy our mossy, green trail at Hagg Lake. The half-mile hike begins at the trailhead of Cedar Grove (#32), and is a family-friendly activity for all ages. This StoryWalk will…
On Your Mark, Get Set, Fish! Join the fun on Saturday, May 6 for a community-wide fishing tourney!Registration Closed Washington County Parks is partnering with the Kayak Fishing Northwest to host this free, family-friendly event. Special children's clinic with Get Hooked featuring demonstrations and fish education. Water Safety Booth with Community Partners, 10 am - noon Event FAQs and Tournament Rules Many thanks to our current prize sponsors: Trout Tickler Tackle and Next Adventure. For sponsorship opportunities, please contact Elizabeth Higgins, 971-371-6406 or elizabeth_higgins@…
Saturday, April 22 at 10 AM Free - Registration Closed - Space is limited Celebrate Earth Day while enjoying and observing the changes that Spring brings to the forest. Join WashCo Parks on a guided hike with Oregon Master Naturalist Natalie DaSilva. Learn about the park's geology, plants, history, and more while hiking along the lake trail, starting at Dam Overlook Trailhead. Walking distance will be approximately 2 miles. All ages welcome. Please come prepared for varied weather with both rain gear and sunscreen, sturdy shoes, water and snacks. Heavy rain cancels. Natalie DaSilva is an…
Come work at Hagg Lake this summer! Positions Closed. Calling nature enthusiasts and individuals looking for seasonal outdoor opportunities: Park Aide - through September, full-time schedule, includes weekends Parks & Recreation Attendant - May - September, part-time, weekend only