Located Just off of SW Farmington Road, in Aloha, Hazeldale Park is an 11-acre neighborhood park that features three baseball fields, a soccer field, basketball courts, and a playground.
A paved loop trail encircles the park and can be easily accessed from nearby neighborhoods.
Hazeldale Park's off-leash dog park -- one of three in the district -- is a popular destination. The dog area is a fenced, two-acre grass and dirt area at the south end of the park with benches, disposal bags, and a water fountain. The all-season area is open year-round; the grass areas are open April through October.
In 2014, a series of sculptures from artist Stacy Levy were installed to illustrate how birds affect the vegetation growing around where they perch. The installation is part of Nature Revealed: Discovering Nature Through Art, a project funded by the 2008 Bond Measure.