Simply Amazing!

Wilsonville has 15 public parks, containing three reservable shelters, five sports fields, the historic Stein Boozier Barn and totaling just under 200 acres. They are in close proximity to many state, regional, and county park facilities, which are located within easy driving or boating distance.

The park system has well distributed neighborhood parks and a wide array of recreational amenities. Throughout the city’s history, there has been well-planned land use and strong efforts to maintain balance between development and the preservation of open spaces, trees, creeks, wetlands, and habitat areas. The varied terrain offers a unique opportunity to access creeks, wetlands, and wooded areas for education and outdoor recreation, not to mention the scenic beauty of the area.


Map of Wilsonville Parks

We offer this interactive tour of the many parks you can enjoy while visiting Wilsonville.

Memorial Park

Wilsonville's oldest and largest park, includes 126 acres of land.

Murase Park

Features an amphitheater, reservable Grove Shelter and Splash Shelter, and historic barn; renovated play areas and interactive water feature.

Water Features

Town Center Park, Murase Plaza at Memorial Park. June 1 - Sept 17. 10am-8pm daily.

Town Center Park

In the heart of downtown, the Town Center Park features an interactive water feature, pedestrian path, picnic shelters and tables, playground, stage and basketball court.

Pet Friendly & Off Leash

The dog park at Memorial Park is fully fenced and just under 2 acres. Small dog section available.

Champoeg State Park

Just a few miles away. Popular day and overnights.

Graham Oaks Nature Park

250 acres nature park in Wilsonville. Opened in 2010, the park is owned and operated by Metro.

Magness Tree Farm

A must see park managed by State Forestry nearby in Sherwood.

Boxwood Gardens

Wilsonville is also home to a most excellent boxwood garden.

Swan Island Dahlia Farms

World renowned gardens. One of the largest in the U.S.

Hughes Water Park

Minutes away in Tualatin.

The Annual Tulip Festival

In the Springtime each year in Woodburn.

Future Development

There are a number of exciting developments planned in the near future that will greatly enhance the Wilsonville parks system.

Residential development at Villebois will bring trails and greenways, neighborhood parks, and pocket parks. The Villebois Greenway will connect regionally significant open spaces in Coffee Creek Wetlands and the Graham Oaks Natural Area forming the Tonquin Regional Trail.

Additionally, future development will provide sports fields at school sites, as well as a 10 acre park planned south of Advance Road.

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