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Pacific Community Park

Pacific Community Park

This 56-acre park was developed in 2008 as part of the Greater Clark Parks District program.


  • 2 basketball half courts
  • Dog park
  • Extreme sports area
  • 11 picnic tables
  • 2 restrooms
  • 4 drinking fountains
  • 126 parking spaces, 10 disabled parking stalls


1515 N.E. 164th Ave., Vancouver


7 a.m. to dusk

Dakota Memorial Off-Leash Dog Park

This 8-acre off-leash area is on the north side of Pacific Community Park, on NE 18th Street between 164th and 172nd Avenue. It is fully fenced with two double-gated entrances accessible from the two parking lots inside the community park. Dogs must be leashed in the parking lot and in all other areas outside the fenced dog park.

The dog park features a gravel perimeter trail through open lawn and forested areas, a rustic log agility course, benches and drinking fountains. A dog rinse-off area is on the back side of the restroom on the west side of the park, closest to Northeast 164th Avenue. Dogs must be leashed at the rinse-off area.

The park is named in honor of Dakota, a former Vancouver Police Department canine who was killed while tracking a suspect in October 2007.

Clark County and the City of Vancouver have partnered with Dog Owners Group for Park Access in Washington (DOGPAW) to help identify, develop and maintain new off-leash areas. DOGPAW also collaborates with other governments, including the Bonneville Power Administration, to develop new dog parks.

Pacific Park extreme sports areaPacific Park Extreme Sports Area

This 10,000-square-foot extreme sports area was built in 2007. Grindline developed the design for the extreme sports park with input from local skaters and BMXers. The result was a park that combined street and vert/bowl features in a configuration that accommodated BMX riders and skateboarders of a variety of skill levels.

Long-term plans call for developing another 10,000 square feet of the skate par. Donations to help build the second phase can be made through the Parks Foundation of Clark County.

Extreme sports park rules

  • This park is unsupervised. Use at your own risk.
  • This park is open to extreme sports enthusiasts of all ages and skill levels. Know your own abilities, be safe and respect those who have different skill levels or methods.
  • When riding, look up and communicate your path.
  • Helmets, elbow pads, knee pads and other protective clothing are strongly recommended.
  • No glass containers, motorized vehicles or foreign objects (jumps, launch ramps, etc.).
  • Respect the hard work that went into making this place possible, and be a good neighbor.
  • Keep noise levels down, pick up after yourself and don’t vandalize.

If you see someone acting inappropriately, be a mentor and share tips on park etiquette.

  • Call 911 in an emergency or to report criminal behavior in or around the park.
  • Call 397-2446 to report maintenance problems.


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