There are 17 Parks in Clark County, Washington, serving a population of 457,474 people in an area of 629 square miles. There is 1 Park per 26,910 people, and 1 Park per 36 square miles.
In Washington, Clark County is ranked 23rd of 39 counties in Parks per capita, and 4th of 39 counties in Parks per square mile.
Find Clark County, Washington parks, and general outdoor nature areas.
Abrams Park Division Street Ridgefield, WA
Alderbrook Park 24414 Northeast Westerholm Road Brush Prairie, WA
Bagley Park Nicholson Road Vancouver, WA
Centerpointe Park 8101 Northeast Vancouver Plaza Drive Vancouver, WA
Esther Short Park Northwest Columbia Street Vancouver, WA
Fairgrounds Community Park 216 Northwest 164th Street Ridgefield, WA
Fruit Valley Park 3250 Northwest Fruit Valley Road Vancouver, WA
Goot Park 299 Southeast Zenith Street Camas, WA
Hazel Dell Park 2300 Northeast 68th Street Vancouver, WA
Leverich Park 4209 Northeast Leverich Park Way Vancouver, WA
Pacific Community Park 1700 Northeast 172nd Avenue Vancouver, WA
Quarnberg Park 2101 East 13th Street Vancouver, WA
South Avalon Playground Avalon Park Vancouver, WA
South Cliff Park Oregon Drive Vancouver, WA
Summer's Walk Park 18201 Southeast 17th Street Vancouver, WA
Taverner Ridge Playground 1995 South Lake River Terrace Ridgefield, WA
Tenny Creek Park 8910 Northeast 32nd Avenue Vancouver, WA
Clark County Parks are natural or semi-natural open spaces set aside for outdoor recreation, leisure, or preservation in Clark County, WA. Almost all Parks in Clark County are public spaces open to the general public, though there are some examples of private Parks. Most Clark County and local governments have a Parks Department that is responsible for maintaining City Parks, Town Greens, Athletic Parks, and similar open spaces.You may contact Parks for questions about: