Rood Bridge Park and Rhododendron Garden

Unwind in the outdoors at Rood Bridge Park, a 61-acre park with scenic wooded areas with trails going past woods, meadows, and along creeks. Rood Bridge Park is a perfect getaway for nature lovers, birders, walkers and it provides easy access to the Tualatin River for canoes and kayaks. The park also is home to the Lloyd Baron Rhododendron Garden, a community garden featuring more than 176 varieties of species and hybrid rhododendrons.

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Hours: Open daily, dawn to dusk

ADA Accessible: Yes

Restrooms: Yes

Drinking Water: Yes

Pet Policy:  Pets must be on a leash; pets are prohibited from wetlands, ponds and streams

Flora: The park is home to the spectacular Lloyd Baron Rhododendron Garden, featuring 420 species of rhododendron, native spring flowers, Pacific Dogwood, and ferns

Wildlife: Ducks, Western Pond Turtles

Did You Know…

  • The confluence of Rock Creek and the Tualatin River is in the park?
  • Hundreds of hybrid species of rhododendron are in the park?