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Please observe the park rules while visiting any of these locations. Note that all park operating hours are from dawn to dusk on a year-round basis. For more information, contact the Battle Ground Community Center at (360) 342-5380.

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The front of the Battle Ground Community Center

Battle Ground Community Center
The Battle Ground Community Center is a contemporary Northwest lodge style venue that provides recreation programs, a weekday senior lunch program, fitness and wellness classes and community events.The facility also has three rooms available for rent, including the Lewis River Reception Hall that is ideal for weddings, receptions, private parties and fundraising events.

Skate and Bike Park Half-pipe
Skate and Bike Park at Fairgrounds
The Battle Ground Skate & Bike Park has been rated in the top 10 in the state and the nation.  Its innovative and cutting edge design provides elements and extreme fun for all ages and skill levels.

Kiwanis Playground

Kiwanis Park
Kiwanis Park, the largest Community Park in the city, is an 8+ acre park that’s a mecca for both active and passive recreation users of all ages.  It features a large playground with a climbing rock, water spray feature, basketball court, horseshoe pits and a ¼ mile paved path that surrounds a large grass area.  This park is also home to the Veterans Memorial wall.

The Battle Ground Veteran's Memorial  Veterans Memorial
The Battle Ground Veterans Memorial is located at Kiwanis Park. Dedicated on November 11, 2015, it honors local service persons who died in service to our country, and all veterans and members of the U.S. Armed Forces.

Florence Robison North Pond
Florence Robison Park – North
This 5 ½ acre urban open space area has paved paths that wind their way around 3 small ponds and wetlands.

Florence Robison South Play Equipment
Florence Robison Park – South
This neighborhood park is ideal for active youth and families.  It features a large play structure, basketball court and grass area.

Other Parks and Attractions
Battle Ground Village Play Equipment
BG Village Park
Tucked away behind the Battle Ground Library, this neighborhood park offers local residents a playground and grass area to play on.

Brook Haven Trail
Brook Haven Park
This park offers a quiet, shaded retreat among the trees along a portion of Woodin Creek.

Cedar Trails pathway
Cedar Trails
Cedar Trails, located just south of Daybreak Elementary School, offers a paved walking trail amongst a tall stand of Cedar trees.  Enjoy the quiet of nature and the cool shade that this grove of trees provides.

Central Park Pathway
Central Park
Located on East Main Street in the heart of Old Town Battle Ground, Central Park provides a relaxing and quiet respite for visitors, local businesses and the neighborhood.

Cresap Park Play Equipment
Cresap Park
Cresap Park is a neighborhood park that offers both passive and active recreation opportunities, including a playground and a paved path circling around a wetland area.

Dublin Park Play Equipment
Dublin Meadows Park
This pocket park offers unique play equipment that is fun, challenging and a step beyond your traditional playground.

Fairgrounds Lawn
Fairgrounds Park
This park was the original site of the Clark County Fair.  Currently the park is home to the Battle Ground Community Center, the City’s skate and bike park and baseball and softball fields used by local little leagues.

Gardner Oaks Field
Gardner Oaks
Currently undeveloped, the property is closed to public use.

Hidden Glen Bridge
Hidden Glen Park
This neighborhood park has a grass area and a paved path that connects two neighborhoods via a footbridge over Woodin Creek

Horse Thief Play Equipment and Field
Horsethief Park
This small neighborhood park features a playground structure and small grass area for informal play.

McConnell Park Play Equipment
McConnell Park
This neighborhood park features a playground structure, picnic tables and benches under a large stand of shade trees.  There are also two large grass areas for informal play.

Oak Meadows play equipment
Oak Meadow
Oak Meadows Park features a new playground area, half basketball court and a paved walking path along a pond and wetland area. There is a large Oak Tree on North Parkway Ave that provides a shady spot for a picnic.

Parkview Trails Field
Parkview Trails
Currently undeveloped, this property is closed to public use.

Remy Property Bridge
Remy Property
This 80 acre site has a 60 acre wetland mitigate project located on it.  The uplands area has a .33 mile paved path that runs along the wetland buffer and provides a scenic view of the wetland area and the distant mountain range.

Savannah Park Lawn
Savannah Park
This small pocket park provides the local neighborhood a small space to relax and enjoy the outdoors.

Triangle Park Lawn
Triangle Park

This park is accessible via a paved pathway that leads from one neighborhood to another.  It features a large grass area that borders a creek.


Whispering Pines Play Equipment
Whispering Pines Park
Whispering Pines features a playground with a teeter totter, a water spray feature, basketball court and a large grass area for informal play.

Wingate Park Landscape
Wingate Park
This small pocket park features a new nature play area for younger age children that has stumps and a small climbing rock for kids to play on.

Florence Robison North Pond
Florence Robison Park – North
This 5 ½ acre urban open space area has paved paths that wind their way around 3 small ponds and wetlands.

Florence Robison North Pond
Florence Robison Park – North
This 5 ½ acre urban open space area has paved paths that wind their way around 3 small ponds and wetlands.

Debbi Hanson
Parks & Recreation Director
Contact Me

Battle Ground Community Center
912 East Main St.
Battle Ground, WA 98604

Ph: (360) 342-5380
Fx: (360) 342-5390

Counter Hours

8:00 am - 4:30 pm
Tuesday - Friday
8:00 am - 3:00 pm