The Trojan day-use park is a wonderful spot for large and small groups. Picnicking, hiking, biking, fishing and playing ball or Disc Golf are activities everyone can enjoy here.
Located adjacent to the closed Trojan Nuclear Power Plant, the 75-acre park has a 29-acre lake where you can fish. You can hike or bike around the lake on a trail and there is a large playing field for sports.
The park has individual picnic tables, as well as special facilities for groups: 12 picnic shelters, grouped in four clusters of three. Electric stoves, sinks, water and electrical outlets are provided for each cluster.
For people with disabilities, the park has accessible restrooms and picnic sites.
There are more than 500 acres of woodlands, wetlands, creeks and lakes left in their natural state to benefit wildlife. And with nearly 200 species of wildlife in the area, you may see ducks, deer, rabbits, otters and an occasional raccoon.
Download map of Trojan Park (PDF)
Address: 71760 Columbia River Highway, Rainier, OR 97048
Directions: Trojan is located northwest of Portland along the shore of the Columbia River. Follow Highway 30 west from Portland, for 42 miles, until you see signs for Trojan.
Park Reservations: Trojan Park will open May 23 and close on Sept. 1. If you are interested in making a reservation, please fill out the Day Use Area Permit Application (PDF) and return it via fax, mail or email. Phone-in reservations and email requests will be accepted beginning April 1 at 8:00 a.m.. Calls and emails will be returned in the order that they are received. For more information, email us or call 503-556-7076. Park rules | Payment and cancellation policy
Park features: Disc golf course, picnicking, fishing, boating and wildlife viewing. View the layout of the disc golf course (PDF).
Information on other PGE parks
Also see our regional map and chart showing all PGE park locations and services offered.
For more information, call the PGE Parks Information Line at 503-464-8515 or email us.
Information is also available on hydroelectric project relicensing, protecting fish and learning opportunities at the parks.