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Trojan Park

Picnic and play by the shore of the Columbia River

Explore 75 acres of natural beauty

Trojan Park is a beautiful day-use park with facilities for picnicking, hiking, biking, fishing and even disc golf. The 75-acre park includes a fishable lake, trails and a large sports playing field.

The park, near the site of the closed Trojan Nuclear Power Plant, has individual picnic tables, as well as facilities for groups: two shelter complexes, each with reservable sections. There are also four picnic shelters. Electric stoves, sinks, water and electrical outlets are provided. The restrooms and picnic sites are accessible to those with disabilities.

Trojan Park reservations

Trojan Park is open from May 27 until Sept. 5. The park is free and open to the public.

If you want to reserve a picnic shelter or part of the park for a private group, there is a small day-use fee. Please make a reservation using the Day Use Area Permit Application and return it via fax, mail or email. Be sure to take a look at our Day Use Park Rules.

Phone reservations and email requests for the 2016 season will be accepted beginning March 28, 2015, at 8 a.m.

Contact us

For more information, use our contact form or call 503-556-7076.

Address and directions

71760 Columbia River Highway
Rainier, OR 97048

Follow Highway 30 west from Portland, for 42 miles, until you see signs for Trojan.

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