About the park

Whipple Creek Regional Park is a 300+ acre densely wooded park located off Northwest 179th Avenue west of the Clark County Fairgrounds. The park's main feature is 4.3 miles of (light gravel) trails that cater to hikers, bikers and horseback riders alike.

The Whipple Creek Park Restoration Committee and volunteers marshaled by Clark County Parks are working to improve trails to make using the park during winter months less of a muddy experience for equestrians, joggers, hikers and mountain bikers.


•Multiuser hiking, biking and equestrian trails (trails are seasonally muddy)

•Equestrian friendly parking lot at the Northwest 21st Avenue Main entrance (off 179th)

•PortaPotty at the Northwest 21st Avenue main entrance (off 179th)


17202 NW 21st Avenue

Ridgefield, WA


7 am to Dusk

Related links

Whipple Creek Park Restoration Committee Facebook page

Whipple Creek Park Restoration Committee Instagram account

Donate to the park (through the Parks Foundation of Clark County)Whipple Creek Regional Park page


Clark County park rules 

Report a maintenance concern


•Download the trail map here
 or click on image to the left

•Download the MTBProject smartphone app to carry the park trails with you. 

Click on trail map to open a much larger version in PDF

Click for MTBProject smartphone app


We have monthly committee meetings and monthly trail maintenance parties. Both are public events, please feel free to join us. 

Committee Meetings

Whipple Creek Park Restoration Committee meetings are held 68 pm every third Thursday of the month, at:

Mill Creek Pub in Battle Ground, WA.

We discuss what is going on with the park, the activities to support the park, and everything else Whipple Creek related. These meetings are open to the public, please feel free to join us.

Trail Maintenance 

Whipple Creek Park trail maintenance parties are held 9 am12 noon every second Saturday of the month.

Volunteers should meet a few minutes before 9 am in the main parking lot located at:

17202 NW 21st Avenue, Ridgefield, WA. 

Please bring gloves, a snack and water. And if you have a weed whacker bring that too; there are always weeds to cut back. 

“We do all kinds of cool stuff to get Whipple Creek Park back in shape...”