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Community and Skate Park
Located at the corner of Simons and 3rd, Ridgefield’s Community Park includes picnic tables, a gazebo, and multiple features to challenge skateboarders. You will find teens and kids enjoying the park on a nice sunny day. Safety regulations and usages rules are enforced throughout the venue.
Davis Park is located in the heart of downtown at Main and Mill street. This park features children’s play equipment, picnic tables, and a large grassy area perfect for a summer’s night picnic. Many fun events are held at Davis Park during the summer, such as outdoor movie nights!
Located at the end of Division Street off of N. 5th Avenue near Union Ridge Elementary School The 40-acre park features a children’s play area, horseshoe pit, baseball, softball and soccer fields, and a large area for playing Frisbee golf or volleyball.
The Park also has a rental room, Bennett Hall, with picnic tables and kitchen facilities by reservation only.
To reserve Abrams Bennett Hall or the sport fields, please check out Special Event & Park Use Permit
Located at the end of Main Street, Overlook Park “overlooks” the beauty of the National Wildlife Refuge. It is a way to connect to the urban and natural aspects of the city. The Park, which was recently redone, includes an amphitheater where live music is
played, a brick plaza, where the Ridgefield’s Farmers Market and First Saturday Events are held, historical information about the early settlement of the Native Americans and public restrooms.
To Reserve Overlook Park for a Special Event,please check out Special Event & Park Use Permit
Eagle View Park
Located at the Corner of S. Main Ave and Sargent St. The Park contains a picnic table and benches so you can enjoy a nice picnic while overlooking the beauty of the National Wildlife Refuge.
RORC-Ridgefield Outdoor Recreation Complex
Is a 53-acre outdoor facility for sports, recreation and education that will benefit the Ridgefield School District and the Community. This complex features six multipurpose sports fields, a playground, trails, and more!
Please visit RIDGEFIELD OUTDOOR RECREATION COMPLEX for more information.
The Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge
The Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge offers adventures as well as driving, walking and hiking opportunities
The Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge was established in 1965 to provide wintering habitat for the dusky subspecies of the Canada goose. Today, the Refuge preserves both habitat for wildlife, and evidence of the people who once lived here.
Opportunities for outdoor recreation are plentiful at the Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge. Adventure via kayak or canoe alonga 21-mile long water trail, explore parks and lands trails, visit the CATHLAPOTLE PLANKHOUSE, take to the water to fish or go boating, or scout for birds and other abundant wildlife in the 5,300-acre Refuge, which serves as the City’s backyard.
Please check out RIDGFIELD NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE for more information.
Fairgrounds Park is an 88-acre property that offers basketball courts, a picnic shelter, a playground, and a beautiful walking trail. Located at NW 164th St, Ridgefield, WA 98642.
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