Get outside and enjoy Wilsonville from one of our beautiful parks or area gold-courses. Langdon Farms is a stunning course near Charbonneau at the south side of town and Sandelie Golf Course borders Wilsonville to the east Wilsonville is home to over 120 acres of public parks. Hiking trails, river walks, wooded paths, bridges and wide-open spaces are scattered throughout Wilsonville. The new Graham Oaks Natural area features Oregon’s trees and flowers the way nature intended with trails and interpretive displays for visitors the learn about the plants they see. Memorial park is a great place to play ball! The park hosts various sporting events and is perfect for picnicking. Two fantastic water fountains in Town Center park and Murase park provide relief from the summer heat with fun and safe ways to get wet and wild! Pick up a parks guide at the Visitor Center or Visit the City of Wilsonville site for details on park facility rental
Memorial Park - Memorial Park is the City’s oldest and largest park, and the city’s center for active outdoor recreation and organized community team sports. The native landscapes of the park provide wonderful opportunities for walking and observing wildlife. Tennis courts, ball fields, picnicking, nature trails, playgrounds, boat dock, off leash dog area, community garden. 8100 SW Memorial Dr., 503-682-3727
Boones Ferry Park - This park is the former location of Boones Ferry which crossed the Willamette River for 107 years. The Tauchman House is a turn-of-the-century historic house used by the city. A trail under the Boone bridge connects Boones Ferry Park to Memorial Park.
Willamette River Water Treatment Plant Park - This park contains a spectacular water feature over 500 feet long celebrating the importance of water to the community.
Town Center Park - An urban park on five acres located in the heart of the city, this is a popular destination for people of all ages. Town Center Park is home to community concerts and festivals and the Clackamas County Regional Visitor Information Center.
Murase Plaza - Murase Plaza has become the community’s playground with an interactive water feature, amphitheater and children’s play area.
Graham Oaks Natural Area - This regional park offers three miles of exploration including interpretive plazas, a picnic area and scenic viewpoints. Bring the family for a day of fun!
Langdon Farms Golf Club - Designed by award-winning architects John Fought and Robert Cupp. 24377 NE Airport Rd., Aurora, OR 97002 www.langdonfarms.com 503-678-4653
Charbonneau Golf Club - Beautifully cared-for executive course 32020 SW Charbonneau Dr. 503-694-1246
Magness Tree Farm - A beautiful 80 acres of outdoor education with nine forest management zones and 2.5 miles of hiking trails, rustic log cabins for youth overnight camping, outdoor schools and retreats.
Mollala River State Park - This day-use natural park combines a scenic drive, hiking, picnicking, fishing, boating,
wildlife viewing and a designated off-leash pet area.