Eagle Landing Park



MAY 9, 2017 - The staircase providing access in and out of the Tualatin River has been damaged during recent winter storms and is no longer safely usable. Please DO NOT USE THE STAIRCASE and if you are attempting to enter or exit the river at Eagle Landing Park please use caution navigating around the staircase. It will be removed from the water as soon as the river recedes enough to safely do so. Always wear a U.S. Coast Guard certified personal flotation device (PFD) when near, in, or on the water. This advisory is in effect until further notice.


Eagle Landing is a small half-acre parcel on the banks of the Tualatin River located off of Rainbow Lane near Groner Elementary School. This Park was established through a government/private partnership involving a local Boy Scout Eagle Badge project. In honor of the Eagle Scout project accomplishment, the Washington County Board of Commissioners named the Park “Eagle Landing.”

The amenities in the Park include a 12-vehicle gravel parking lot, a connecting gravel pathway, picnic table, and signage board with posted Park rules & regulations. The terminus of the pathway is on the east bank of the Tualatin River where there is a steel staircase to provide non-motorized boat access to and from the River. The Park is open seven days a week year round from sunrise to sunset.  The Park is located at 26001 SW Rainbow Lane, Hillsboro, OR 97123.  For information on the Park call 503-359-5732.

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