Hockinson Meadows Community Park



Hockinson Meadows Community Park

Approximately 70 acres of this 240-acre park were developed in 2008-09 as part of the Greater Clark Parks District program.

Disc Golf Development Update

The originally planned project included an 18-hole regulation size disc golf course, a pedestrian bridge from the existing parking lot by the picnic shelter, and improved trails and pedestrian bridges leading from the Urban Oaks neighborhood into the southwest portion of the park. This project has been separated into two phases.

Phase 1 includes the disc golf course and one associated access bridge. Phase 1 construction is on hold pending approval to advertise the project per the update information below.

Phase 2 includes the southwest connection trail and bridges. Phase 2 is on hold indefinitely pending additional cost and constructability reviews. 

Design of the project is complete, and the construction documents have been prepared in anticipation of advertisement for construction bids. The project is scheduled to out to bid fall of 2021, with  construction activities expected to begin the spring of 2022.  As further information about the schedule of the project becomes available, we will be sure to keep you informed.

Once this new Disc Golf course is complete, we will need help maintaining the course!




7 am to dusk

Picnic shelter

Hockinson Meadows Community Park's picnic shelter can be reserved for a $75 fee.

Hockinson Meadows picnic shelter (PDF)

The picnic shelter can be reserved up to 365 days in advance for events taking place May 1 through September 30. The shelter must be reserved at least seven days in advance.

If the shelter has not been reserved, it is available for free on a first-come, first-served basis. All shelters are available on a first-come, first-served basis at no charge, Oct. 1 through April 30.

Kane Memorial Dog Park

Kane Memorial Dog Park

This 2.5-acre off-leash area is north of the balls fields in the northwest section of Hockinson Meadows Community Park. The dog park is fully fenced, with two doubled-gated entrances accessible from the parking lots. Dogs must be leashed while in the parking lot and in all other parts of the park outside the off-leash area.

The off-leash area features open and forested areas with generally flat terrain. There is no designated area for small dogs. A dog drinking fountain, located outside the off-leash area near the ball fields, is shut off during potentially freezing weather, typically mid-October through April.

The park is named in honor of Kane, a former Clark County Sheriff Office canine who was killed while tracking two suspects in April 2011.

Clark County has partnered with Dog Owners Group for Park Access in Washington, or DOGPAW, to help identify, develop and maintain off-leash areas. DOGPAW also collaborates with other agencies, including the Bonneville Power Administration, to develop dog parks.

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10910 NE 172nd Ave.
Brush Prairie, WA
United States

Dog Park
Picnic Tables
Play Equipment
Sports Field