Trojan Park

Picnic and play near the Columbia River

Visiting Trojan Park

Trojan Park is a delightful day-use park with facilities for picnicking, hiking, biking, fishing, paddling and disc golf PGE. The 75-acre park includes a stocked lake open to non-motorized boats, multi-use trails and a large sports field.

The park, near the site of the former Trojan Nuclear Power Plant, has individual picnic tables as well as facilities for groups: two shelter complexes, each with two reservable sections. Electric stoves, sinks, water and electrical outlets are provided.

Trojan Park's picnic areas, parking and restrooms are open seasonally:

  • Summer (Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day): Open Thursday through Monday

  • Remainder of September: open Friday through Sunday only.

The rest of the year, the picnic areas and restrooms are closed, but the disc golf course, ponds and trails are open year-round with limited services, parking and a portable toilet.

Directions to Trojan Park

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Make a reservation

If you want to reserve a picnic shelter or part of the park for a private group, there is a reservation fee. Phone reservations can be made at 503-464-8515 and email requests for the upcoming season will be accepted beginning the first business day in March at 8 a.m.

Please make a reservation using the Day Use Area Permit Application.

For more information

Use our contact form or call the PGE Parks Information Line at 503-464-8515.

Thinking ahead

We’re committed to keeping our parks safe, clean, sustainable and welcoming – but we need your help.

Before you go

  • Make a plan: Check for road closures, construction, fire bans, swimming restrictions or other conditions that may hamper your visit.

  • …and a plan B: Make a backup plan in case of crowds. Try visiting on weekdays or at off-peak times to beat the masses!

  • EV adventuring? While our parks do not have charging stations (yet!), check here for nearby locations PGE that do.

During your visit

  • Stop campfires from becoming wildfires! Keep campfires small, make sure your tent and anything that can burn is a safe distance from your fire, keep water nearby and never leave a fire unattended.

  • Keep it clear: Park only in designated areas. Do not double-park or block entrances.

  • Leave no trace: Help us protect these natural areas by staying on-trail, packing out your trash, and admiring wildlife from a distance.