Whether you’re planning a family picnic, hiking with friends, or just craving some solitude in a magnificent natural setting, Clark County's many parks and trails can provide the outdoor experience you are looking for.
Parks and trails
Visit the Vancouver-Clark Parks and Recreation website to find parks and trails.
Long-range plans for converting Camp Bonneville, a former military training base, into a park.
Chelatchie Prairie Rail with Trail Project
A regional, multi-modal rail with trail project along the Chelatchie Prairie Railroad corridor.
All parks projects in the planning phase or currently under construction.
Graffiti and vandalism
Report graffiti and vandalism online or submit a Citizen's Tip Report form.
Volunteer to help us keep our parks well-maintained and open year round.
In 1997, Clark County entered into a contractual agreement with the city of Vancouver to manage its parks, trails and open spaces. This agreement consolidated the city and the county's two separate parks departments into the Vancouver-Clark Parks and Recreation Department.
Clark County maintains ownership and oversight over its parks and trails, while Vancouver-Clark Parks and Recreation handles property acquisition, programming, system and site planning and design, and some maintenance and operations activities.