The City Park fountain opens the day of the Farmer’s Market. It shuts down for the season with Farmer’s Market, or when the weather starts getting cooler. Hours: daily, 8 a.m. to dark.
The Memorial Park is located in a two block area between 7th and 9th Street, Washington Avenue and Watson Avenue.
Residents and visitors to the Beaverton area have a lot of opportunities for fun and leisure. The area provides natural, historic and scenic views. Some of the popular recreation activities include: waterskiing, camping, hiking and fishing.
Beaverton also provides swimming pools, tennis courts, softball fields, and several golf courses.
The Tualatin Hills Park and Recreation District encompassing Beaverton serves approximately 200,000 residents. It provides 200 parks spread over 1,600 acres with 30 miles of hiking trails and a 25-mile bike path network.
The features of the district include three recreation centers, a sport complex, a regional nature park, eight swim centers, two historic sites, a senior center, and two lakes. The district sponsors recreational and competitive league sports and special-interest classes.
If you need a location for a large group gathering, check out THPRD. They have parks that can be rented for picnics, meetings, family parties and athletic events.