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Picnic shelter reservations for events held between August 1 and September 30, 2021 will be accepted beginning Tuesday, July 13. Reservations for 2022 will also be available up to one year in advance of your event date.

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Captain William Clark Regional Park at Cottonwood Captain William Clark Regional Park at CottonwoodS. Index Street & S. 32nd Street
Washougal, WA, US 98671
Captain William Clark Regional Park has two reservable picnic shelters. Each shelter can seat about 50 people. Please note that BOTH PICNIC SHELTERS ARE LOCATED A SIGNIFICANT DISTANCE FROM PARKING AND CAN BE ACCESSED ONLY BY FOOT. VEHICLES ARE NOT ALLOWED TO DRIVE TO THE SHELTERS. Both picnic shelters at Captain William Clark Regional Park have four 6-foot picnic tables, a charcoal barbecue grill, spigot with cold running water, a large counter-top for food preparation or serving, electrical outlets and a garbage can. When the shelters are not reserved, they are available at no charge on a first-come, first-served basis. Other portions of the park may be available for weddings and other events on a case-by-case basis with an approved special use permit. Air-inflated bounce houses are allowed with approved special use permits, but dunk tanks are not.View Map
Fairgrounds Community Park Fairgrounds Community Park216 NW 164th Street
Ridgefield, WA, US 98642
Approximately 30 acres of this 88-acre property was developed in 2009 as part of the Greater Clark Parks District program. The facilities at this park include 2 reservable picnic shelters, 10 pieces of play equipment, 2 basketball half courts, 14 picnic tables, 4 restrooms, 2 drinking fountains, 0.5 miles of concrete path, 0.55 miles of asphalt path, 53 parking spaces and four disabled parking spaces.View Map
Felida Community Park Felida Community ParkNW 122nd St. at NW 36th Ave.
Vancouver, WA, US 98685
This 14-acre park was developed by Clark County in 2003. It features two full-size soccer fields and one mini-mod soccer field. Other amenities include restrooms, a playground, and a reservable picnic shelter.View Map
Frenchman's Bar Regional Park Frenchman's Bar Regional Park9612 NW Lower River Road
Vancouver, WA, US 98665
This lush 120-acre regional park is located on the Columbia River about two miles west of Vancouver Lake Park. It was dedicated in 1997, and features a wide variety of outdoor recreation opportunities. A 2.5 mile trail connects the park to Vancouver Lake Regional Park. Additional amenities include two reservable picnic shelters, 8 beach volleyball courts, a playground, and restrooms.View Map
Hazel Dell Community Park Hazel Dell Community Park2300 NE 68th Street
Vancouver, WA, US 98665
This 20-acre community park was one of the first built in the county. Amenities include two reservable picnic shelters, restrooms, and two playgrounds.View Map
Hockinson Meadows Community Park Hockinson Meadows Community Park10910 NE 172nd Avenue
Brush Prairie, WA, US 98682
Approximately 70 acres of this 240-acre park was developed in 2008-09 as part of the Greater Clark Parks District program. Amenities include a playground, 2.5-acre off-leash dog park, walking trails, uncovered picnic areas, portable restroom facilities, drinking fountains, baseball fields (used primarily by Evergreen Little League), soccer fields (used primarily by Pacific Soccer Club), a reservable picnic shelter, an open lawn play area, parking lots, and benches.View Map
Lewisville Regional Park Lewisville Regional Park26411 NE Lewisville Highway
Battle Ground, WA, US 98604
Lewisville Regional Park is Clark County's oldest park and often considered its flagship park. The Works Progress Administration developed the 154-acre park during the Great Depression. The park encompasses forests and meadows along the East Fork of the Lewis River, with a 2.8-mile trail meandering through the park. A small boat launch is located in the park's northeast end where the park's access road ends. Outdoor activities abound including fishing, picnicking and horseshoes. There is one main baseball field and several play fields, playgrounds, 13 reservable picnic shelters, and restrooms throughout the park.View Map
Orchards Community Park Orchards Community Park9800 54th Street
Vancouver, WA, US 98662
This 33-acre park features a variety of amenities, included forested picnicking areas and walking trails, open lawn areas for pick-up games and active play areas The park also includes a rose garden sponsored by the East Vancouver Rotary Club. Park amenities include: a reservable picnic shelter, 3 barbecue grills, 22 picnic tables, 8 sets of play equipment, 3 horseshoe pits, a drinking fountain, a restroom, 18 designated parking spaces, and two disabled parking stalls.View Map
Pacific Community Park Pacific Community ParkNE 18th Street & NE 172nd Avenue
Vancouver, WA, US 98685
This 56-acre park was developed in 2008 as part of the Greater Clark Parks District program. Amenities include an extreme sports park, an off leash dog park, community gardens, a basketball court, a picnic shelter, restrooms, a playground, open field playing areas, and a softball field constructed in partnership with Vancouver Metro Senior Softball Association.View Map
Salmon Creek / Klineline Pond Regional Park Salmon Creek / Klineline Pond Regional Park1112 NE 117th Street
Vancouver, WA, US 98685
Salmon Creek Regional Park/Klineline Pond is a popular spot, with a bathhouse, two reservable picnic shelters, roped swimming areas, a splash pad, playground, observation platforms and a lifejacket loaner station. The park also features 35 acres of developed parkland and 368 acres of undeveloped green space. It is also the home of the Vancouver Girls Softball Association.View Map
Vancouver Lake Regional Park Vancouver Lake Regional Park6801 NW Lower River Road
Vancouver, WA, US 98660
This 190-acre regional park stretches for 2.5 miles along the west shore of Vancouver Lake. With 35 developed acres, visitors can enjoy picnicking, windsurfing and sand volleyball. There are two reservable picnic shelters. Vancouver Lake is great for beginning windsurfing, kayaking and canoeing and hosts many rowing competitions during the year. The park also serves as a haven for wildlife and migratory waterfowl. Visitors to the park can also enjoy views of Mt. Hood, Mt. Adams and Mt. St. Helens on clear days. A 2.5-mile multi-use trail connects Vancouver Lake Park to Frenchman's Bar Regional Park.View Map
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