Clark County Parks
Who We Are
Meeting community needs by providing an interconnected system of parks, trails, recreation facilities and natural areas that support environmental stewardship, diverse recreational opportunities and economic development.
What We Do
The Clark County Parks and Lands Division strengthens a high quality of life for the entire community.
We envision a Clark County rich in natural resources, parklands, and open spaces, which sustain and support our local community, economy, and quality of life. To achieve this vision, we strive to
- Provide quality parks, lands and recreational experiences to all of Clark County.
- Facilitate and engage in environmental programs to maximize ecosystem services.
- Empower our employees to be innovative collaborators and problem-solvers.
- Utilize an open and honest communication both internally and externally focused on sustainability, inclusion and equity.
Clark County Parks and Lands Division strives to strategically preserve, care for and protect our community lands for the use, enjoyment, inspiration and benefit by present and future generations.
Clark County Parks Needs your Input!
Clark County is updating the Parks Recreation and Open Space Plan (PROS) and we need your input!
The comprehensive plan is a requirement of the Growth Management Act and is intended to guide how the county provides parks, trails, natural areas, sport fields and other recreation offerings across Clark County.
The PROS Plan will identify funding needs and recreation system goals. An updated plan will also position Clark County for future grant opportunities and funding.
We need your help to make sure the new plan reflects our growing community and the need for parks and open spaces.
Please take the online community survey today!
Gracias por tomarse el tiempo para completar esta encuesta.
Благодарим, что нашли время поучаствовать в данном опросе.
2020 passes cost $30 and are valid at Frenchman’s Bar Regional Park, Lewisville Regional Park, Salmon Creek Regional Park/Klineline Pond and Vancouver Lake Regional Park.
Passes can be purchased online at www.clark.wa.gov/public-works/parking-fees
Learn about how Clark County takes care of your parks
Watch this CVTV video about park maintenance.
Need more information?
Clark County Parks
4700 NE 78th St.
Vancouver, WA 98665