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Parks, Trails, and Recreation Services

Ridgefield envisions an interconnected community with park, trail, and greenway system that contributes to the City’s small town character, provides a variety of recreation opportunities, and is an integral part of the community.

Park Projects

Refuge Park

Located adjacent to the River S entrance to the Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge, Refuge Park is on Hillhurst Rd and includes the Ridgefield Off Leash Dog Park. Click here to visit the project website.

Horns Corner Park

Horns Corner Park is located adjacent to Pioneer Village south of Pioneer St and west of Royle Rd. Click here to visit the project website.

Overlook Park Splash Pad

Overlook Park is located at the intersection of Pioneer St (SR 501) and Main Avenue in Downtown Ridgefield. A new splash pad is planned to be built behind the stage at the existing park. Click here to visit the project website.

2020-2026 Parks, Recreation & Open Space Plan

This Parks, Recreation & Open Space (PROS) Plan considers the park and recreation needs of Ridgefield residents and was prepared with the input and direction of local recreation leaders, stakeholders and residents. The Plan provides a blueprint for the growth, enhancement and management of the Ridgefield park and recreation system and is an update to the 2014 Parks and Recreation Comprehensive Plan. 

As a six-year guide and strategic plan for enhancing park and recreation services, the Plan establishes a path forward for providing high-quality, community-driven parks, trails, natural areas and recreational opportunities across Ridgefield. 

Park Design Flipbook

This flipbook was created by the Ridgefield Parks Board to help guide developers who are installing parks in Ridgefield.

Use the interactive map below to find a park, trail, or recreation facility near you! (Hint: you can expand the map using the rectangle in the top right corner)

Parks Board

The Parks Board is comprised of seven volunteer citizens who advise the City Council on parks planning, parks acquisition, operations, and maintenance within the current and future city limits of Ridgefield. Parks Board meetings are held at 6:30 p.m. on the second Wednesday of each month in the Columbia Assembly Room at the Ridgefield Administrative and Civic Center (510 Pioneer St). The public is welcome and encouraged to attend and participate in the Parks Advisory Board meetings.

For current Parks Board members, link to online meetings, and instructions to submit public comment, visit our Boards and Commissions page.
If you have questions about the Parks Board please contact the Public Works Department, 360-887-8251.

Contact Information

Public Works Department
510 Pioneer St., Suite B
Ridgefield, WA 98642
Phone: (360) 887-8251
Fax: (360) 887-2507

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