Parks & Recreation
Battle Ground Parks & Recreation is responding to the COVID-19 public health emergency and related federal, state and city directives in order to ensure the health, safety and well-being of the community and our staff.
The Battle Ground Community & Senior Centers are temporarily closed to the public until further notice.
We understand that it is not easy to put life events, meetings and community gatherings on hold. Although we are not certain as to when our facilities will reopen, we continue to work with customers whose confirmed facility rentals were/are impacted by the closure.
We are happy to accept new rental applications for future dates, but new applications will not be processed until the facility reopens. At that time, these applications will be processed in the order they were received.
We are available to assist anyone who had scheduled events that have now been impacted by the closure. Please contact us by phone at 360-342-5380 or online.
All City playground structures, picnic areas, Skate & Bike Park, sport courts and bathroom facilities are temporarily closed until further notice.
The City of Battle Ground is closing all active recreation areas in city parks, including sports courts, playground structures, picnic areas and the Skate & Bike Park. Bathroom facilities at parks are also closed. The closures are in response to the Governor’s “Stay Home, Stay Healthy” directive and are designed to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Park open spaces will remain accessible. We believe that getting outdoors in a safe manner allows our community an opportunity to enjoy the mental & physical benefits of these spaces. We encourage you to get outdoors, but avoid groups and stay six feet away from others.
For information on Clark County Parks, such as Lewisville Park and State Parks, such as Battle Ground Lake State Park, please refer to their respective websites:
The Community Center is a welcoming gathering place for both public and private events.
Honoring and remembering thirty-one local service men who died in service, and all U.S. veterans.
With over 200 acres of parkland, Battle Ground's parks offer a variety of passive and active recreational opportunities for people of all ages.
Discover educational and recreational programs and events in the Battle Ground community.
Required for activities held on public property or on privately owned property not designed for such use.