Ibach Park

The City of Tualatin, Oregon Official Website

This gem is a 19.40 acre active park, with an award-winning play area, located at 10455 SW Ibach Street. There are also passive recreational opportunities available through connections to the Indian Meadows and Hedges Creek greenways.

Ibach Park (pronounced "I-back") has an award-winning, nationally recognized playground that translates history into an interactive educational play area for children of all abilities. The play area design includes distinct areas reflecting Tualatin's significant historic eras: pre-historic, Native American, and pioneer.

Interpretive signs in the park offer information about the cultural as well as natural history of the area. A teen play area set away from the main playground provides a place for young people to "hang-out". The park also has an assortment of active park facilities such as basketball and tennis courts and ball fields. Ball fields are available for reservation through the Community Services Department at 503-691-3061 or in person at 8515 SW Tualatin Road during normal business hours.

Ibach Park has picnic shelters available for smaller parties although they are not reservable. They are a first-come, first-serve type of picnic shelter. For reservable and/or larger picnic shelter options, please see the Tualatin Community Park page. For extra-large events or special circumstances at any of our parks, a Special Event Permit may be required - please call The Community Services Department for more information.

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Dinosaur bones
Dinosaur bones up close
Stream bed
Fall color
Cow sculpture