Greenway Park features THPRD's only disc golf course.
One of the largest parks in the district (87 acres), Greenway Park includes several play structures.
Vast Greenway Park provides miles of paved trail for walkers, runners and cyclists.
Stretching between SW Hall Blvd. and SW Scholls Ferry Rd. at the southern end of the district, 87-acre Greenway Park is a popular, well-traveled park site.
The park is a regular site for the district's summer concert series, and is the place to go to in Beaverton for disc golf; the nine-hole course attracts both beginners and advanced players.
Amenities at Greenway Park include picnic tables, basketball courts, tennis courts, and several play areas for children.
The park sits along the paved Fanno Creek Trail, a go-to spot for walking, biking, and roller skating. The trail provides opportunities for bird watching and wildlife watching. You may see beavers or their dams.
The underpass at Scholls Ferry is sometimes flooded. Click here to learn about water levels and a proposed road crossing project.
On the east side of Greenway Park sits the Koll Center Wetlands Natural Area, with bird watching opportunities year-round.