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 even disc golf PGE. The 75-acre park includes a stocked lake, multi-use trails and a large sports playing 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.

The park has barrier-free restrooms and picnic sites.

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

  • Summer (Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day): Open daily

  • Rest of September: open Friday through Sunday only.

The rest of the year, the picnic areas and restrooms are closed, but the disc golf, 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 small day-use 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 on your route and research your destination for the possibility of fire bans, reservoir-swimming restrictions or other conditions that may affect your visit.

  • …and a plan B: Make a backup plan in case of crowds. If the parking lot is full when you arrive, come back another day. (Tip: try visiting on weekdays or at off-peak times to beat the crowd!)

During your visit

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

  • Stop the spread: Wear a mask around people outside of your own party and practice social distancing.

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